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verb as in familiarize

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To help in your effort, Google Ads curates your advertisement as per such groups and caters to their specific group-oriented interests.

LinkedIn, the employment-oriented online service that primarily serves as one of the world’s largest social media platforms for working professionals is a great example.

We care more about whether you are detail-oriented, can work on a deadline, and have a good narrative sense.

I don’t think he’s ever had to do that before, and Real’s success this year came from a more defense-oriented approach.

It will “start to tumble and pick up potentially rapid attitude motion, so it is not well oriented,” she says.

The myth of the Orient, and the Orient Express, both facilitated and quelled illusions about foreign cultures.

Inversely, of course, figures from the Orient travelled the other way to discover Europe.

The Orient Express is, in many senses, an early example of budding globalism.

Next morning Alcide packed my valise, and leaving him in charge of my apartments I took the Orient express for Constantinople.

So neither polling nor political theory can transfigure the human heart or orient our minds toward the brotherhood of man?

In fact, they are still being manufactured and are sold in some parts of Africa and the Orient.

Both fleets suffered much; French lost the Orient, crew saved.

That perpetual flux and reflux of peoples of all stations drew ever more the eyes of Europe to the Orient.

The dog-salmon is not canned, but large numbers are caught by the Japanese, who salt them for export to the Orient.

The use of mats for sleeping and other household purposes is universal through the extreme Orient.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to orient, such as: adapt, adjust, align, conform, acclimatize, and determine.

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