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One option is to use the differences in ideology, political orientation and values as segmentation variables and see how they align with the core segments that the firm is targeting.
This past week, this year’s new members of Congress got an orientation like no other.
The ill-fated streaming service drummed up huge buzz at CES 2020, promising to revolutionize content by allowing users to seamlessly switch between vertical and horizontal orientation as they watched content on their phones.
The rule text change makes it clear everyone regardless of gender identification or orientation is subject to ethics regulations.
He is the author of the book Eco, Ego, Eros, that explores panpsychism across various fields, and of the General Resonance Theory of consciousness, which is panpsychist in orientation.
I was told that God hated me, and despite trying very hard to change my sexual orientation, I found that I could not.
This is an inverse Pietà, and something of a sexual anarchist; she ardently refuses to be oriented in an orientation.
“Mainstream feminism is riddled with classism, racism, and sexual orientation discrimination,” she wrote.
Edwards crudely framed the state of play in the South as a matter of race, sexual orientation, and class; in other words, culture.
What kind of groupie FYIs does the NBA provide during rookie orientation?
Psychology has formulated plenty of such general statements, and they serve well for a first orientation.
For the purposes of orientation a visit to the museum should precede a tour of the fields.
The settlers still haven't grown used to this planet, though we have orientation talks every night.
This excellent orientation supplements the brief descriptive remarks attached to the titles.
This orientation could be the source of a new evangelism that would make its witness heard in the depth and detail of human life.
On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to orientation, such as: direction, location, acclimatization, adaptation, assimilation, and bearing/bearings.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.