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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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The latter feature is entailed by a non-necessary orientational choice resident at the level of each participant.
31, 2009) Total 37 24 25 (a) All articles sampled 1000+ words except from Forbes which were 600-900 words Table 3: Categories of metaphors (Source: Adapted from Lakoff and Johnson 1980) Description Examples Structural Literal, systematic Argument is war, time is comparisons that pose money, spend time puzzles matching structural requirements of phenomena with those of the metaphor Orientational Orientational, spatial Happy is up, sad is down.
In addition, we strive to produce a method for analyzing stochastic fibre systems (Mecke and Stoyan, 1980) in such cases in which the "rose of directions" as a measure of orientational anisotropy does not necessarily provide sufficient means for characterizing the system.
Indeed, the great aesthetic and ideological systems that nourished prior literature ceased functioning as orientational models and thus the Galician narrative of the 1980s did not experience a rupture but entered into a stage we can classify as autodestructive.
Third, I will conclude by relating my account to an important Deweyan analysis of eloquence and rhetoric, demonstrating both the viability and uniqueness of the orientational approach to argument I extract from Dewey's pragmatism.
The metaphors in this schema are organized into four groups: attenuated metaphors, orientational metaphors, personification of nature and an adaptation metaphor.
A tensorial modelling of the 3D influence of the fixture errors on the orientational geometric specifications, Advances in Production Engineering & Management (APEM), Vol.
Interactions of three classes--electrostatic, inductive and dispersive--arise between simple molecules at sufficiently large separations [3]; orientational factors are neglected.
Korzybski's method of general re-training of semantic reactions is particularly well adapted to orientational requirements for the 'comprehension' of modern art.
This article essays a conflicted conceptual basis for the duty to inquire derived from five (competing) aspects of merits review: the institutional, the procedural, the orientational, the substantive and the managerial.
He claims that globalism is orientational, not ideological, and demonstrates this by his classification and summary of four types: liberal local, liberal global, conservative local, and conservative global.

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