These materials are used for the orientation of new employees.
They identified as bisexual in orientation.
The organization has a decidedly conservative orientation.
Her later works were more introspective in orientation.
New students need to go through a short orientation before they begin classes.
Recent Examples on the WebUpcoming events at Freetown Farm include a new volunteer orientation, an introduction to bird watching class, a repair café to help fix broken items, and several art workshops using natural media, such as walnut ink.
Susan Soldavin, Baltimore Sun, 18 Oct. 2022 People of various ethnicities, identities, orientation, physical abilities, languages, circumstances and yes even hair color.
Stephen Underwood, Hartford Courant, 6 Oct. 2022 Cognitive decline was measured using a clinical dementia rating scale that focused on six areas: memory, orientation, judgment and problem solving, community affairs, home and hobbies, and personal care.
Berkeley Lovelace Jr., NBC News, 27 Sep. 2022 This includes designing the house for the best orientation to the sun, specifically for windows and solar panels, for maximum heat and light.
Kristina Mcguirk, Better Homes & Gardens, 23 Aug. 2022 The 11-inch-diameter brushes of this Ohio Steel sweeper are in a spiral—as opposed to straight—orientation, which puts less stress on the sweeper's internal components, resulting in a longer lifespan with fewer maintenance issues.
Alex Rennie, Popular Mechanics, 21 Aug. 2022 This is the blandest possible orientation, Epic Fantasy for Dummies.
Darren Franich, EW.com, 19 Aug. 2022 The album is full of references to aging, parenting, and nostalgia for youth, but also to some new orientation to life, one that takes its finitude a touch more seriously.
Peter C. Baker, The New Yorker, 15 May 2022 Thus, the orientation of the magnetic field flips, too.
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