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Positioning of a structure on a site. Decisions regarding orientation should take into account prevailing winds, solar energy and passive solar heating through windows, the impact of the setting sun on afternoon workers, views, and any other relevant factors.

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Cobb, proposed his model of orientational pluralism by which one can overcome exclusivism and relativism by affirming Christian superiority.
This exercise follows the orientational metaphor SAD IS DOWN to SAD IS A HOLE, which leads to SAD IS DARK.
The possibility of two sets of minimum energy orientational configurations of the impurity in the matrix exhibits a perfect agreement with < 111> off-centered model in the case of KCl - Li+.
Blasted depicts the violence that underlies all symbolic mapping (Cate's and Ian's rape) as well as focusing upon the ways in which the corporeal eludes orientational inscription.
There are three parameters that each liquid crystal has, which are: Orientational Order, Positional Order, and Bond-Orientational Order.
Is it really the case that the Da of Dasein disclosed in the mood of hope is an orientational structure only thanks to the futurity of the understanding?
One model that has been used to explain visual neglect is the orientational bias model (Kinsbourne.
In short there is no evidence from UK orientational research for a single syndrome related specifically to service in the Gulf,' it states.
The deixis of an utterance is constituted by the orientational traits of language, traits related to the time, and the situation where the utterance takes place.
The camera angle reinforces all the cultural orientational metaphors related to up-down-where up is more, happy, good, virtuous, conscious, healthy, full of life, high status, rational, forceful, and in control.
This method gives the effect of the drugs on the instinctive hyperactivity seen in animals placed in new surroundings explorative or orientational hyperactivity (Borsy et al.
What is important is that all training in the information sciences, archival and other, must allow for movement across the orientational boundaries.

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