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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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Cognitive and affective concomitants of task and ego goal orientations during middle school years.
Examining the relationship between enjoyment and goal orientation enables researchers and practitioners to understand motivations behind participation in college sport.
Table 2 Mean Scores Showing the Presence of Different Indicators of Religious Orientations
Table 3 Values of Pearson Correlation Coefficient Showing Relationship among Different Indicators of Students' Religious Orientations and Their Social Intelligence
The purpose of this study was to discover the relationship among goal orientations, trait anxiety, self-efficacy, and performance.
T-test analysis showed that gender was not a determinant of goal orientations, trait anxiety, and self-efficacy.
However, Van Auken and Sexton argue that because numerous SMEs are characterized by their lack of long range perspective, strategic orientation, as well as well-ordered management process, customer orientation may become a crucial factor determining performance (Laforet 2008).
Entrepreneurial orientation, Export performance, Learning orientation, Market orientation.
Despite evidence of significant relationships between social orientations and moral beliefs, Urdan and Maehr (1995) suggested that individuals who are highly oriented to define success in terms of social relationships may act differently depending on their perceptions of significant others' beliefs.
District Judge Rudy Lozano dismissed her claim, ruling Title VII prohibits discrimination on race, color, religion, sex and national origin, but not sexual orientation.
New employee orientation is traditionally called induction or organizational socialization.
There have been many studies dealing with market orientation published.

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