- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of orientate.
“These 6 'D's create a dynamic that orientates Muslim communities towards flight, fight or separation, instead of towards integration.”
“That remains the heart of the Gospel that Christians proclaim, the Good News which we ambitiously but humbly believe is that which orientates and shapes all our human enterprise God-wards.”
“A small movement of the mouse orientates the hand and mobilise a finger to flip the mace along the shelf and into the glass.”
“In this sense, such a designation of his task orientates him first of all to the entirety of the believing community.”
“Instead it re-orientates line function budgets and conditional grants so that government expenditure results in more work opportunities, particularly for unskilled labour, and uses labour-intensive methods.”
“Sensual love, for him, becomes that which orientates the individual towards the Divine.”
“Under the overall supervision of the NEC, orientates the activities of the organs and committees of the ANCWL.”
“This orientates all the elementsof the understanding, as the magnet collects into regular curves the filings of a magnetic metal.”
“Cumont, _Les religions orientates parmi les peuples romains_, chap. vii (on astrology and magic), p. 212 f., paragraph on new deities, and notes thereto.”
“Exports will drag the UK back to sustained growth as the country "re-orientates" to markets in Brazil, Russia, India and China.”
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