- Derived from Swedish orientera. (Wiktionary)
“But I suppose because he now knew the course better and also because we ' d driven up with Fred Pilon , a world-class orienteer whom Bruce didn ' t want to embarrass himself in front of, he took off like a bat out of hell, Ms. Goldenberg and I struggling to keep up.”
“To verify a visit to each control site, the orienteer uses a paper punch to mark his or her control card; different punches at each control site make different patterns of holes in the paper.”
“I was in the lead, using my training as an orienteer and amateur sign cutter yet again to keep our transit silent.”
“But orienteers dispel any math-anxiety-type apprehensions and fear of compass reading by emphasizing that, number one, you can orienteer using only a map; and number two, elementary compass reading skills can be mastered easily by simply showing up and taking part in the events.”
“I still orienteer, although I'm not even middling at that.”
“He spent much of his life in Alaska where he was a pilot, competitive skier, runner, and orienteer.”
“Django Compass App django-orienteer is a simple compass integration for Django.”
“Sadie made it safely back to me and Vong (my Cambodian orienteer for the day), and with shaking hands I managed to take a picture after a couple of tries.”
“He also was an accomplished orienteer and was certified to compete in bobsled competitions before he died in 1997.”
“A Tasmanian athlete has been named Australia's top female orienteer for 2009.”
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