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- Orientations is a monthly magazine of the arts of East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Indian Subcontinent, that has been published since 1970. The magazine...
- Orientation may refer to: Map orientation, the relationship between directions on a map and comp**** directions Orientation (mental), a function of the...
- and the place of work in their lives (organizational orientations). Three organizational orientations have been identified as: upward mobile, indifferent...
- ****ual orientation. Transgender and cisgender people may be attracted to men, women, or both, although the prevalence of different ****ual orientations is...
- changing between orientations was not possible. Typically a custom video controller board was needed to support the unusual screen orientation, and software...
- Strong orientations have been applied to the design of one-way road networks. According to Robbins' theorem, the graphs with strong orientations are exactly...
- maint: extra punctuation (link) Köllen, Thomas (25 April 2016). ****ual Orientation and Transgender Issues in Organizations: Global Perspectives on LGBT...
- believed that these two orientations were two ends of the same continuum and developed the Learning Orientation-Grade Orientation Scale to measure the continuum...
- symmetry not all orientations are distinguishable, except by observing how the orientation evolves in time from a known starting orientation. For example...
- strong orientation is an orientation that results in a strongly connected graph. The closely related totally cyclic orientations are orientations in which...
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