In any event, we are a small nation, and to split us further according to the cardinal points
of the compass is divisive and unhelpful to any constructive debate.
For Jung, feeling, thought, sentiment, and intuition were the cardinal points
that orient consciousness in the process of experience.
1) Waterproof (2)Dusi proof (3) Shock Proof (4) Freeze Proof (5) 1 6 00 million effective pixels (6) 5x optical zoom (7) Electronic Compass of 16 cardinal points
(8) location data-GPS receiving frequency of 1575 42 MHZ or more (9) Minimum 8 OB SD Card (10) Built in flash (11) Minimum range approximate 10 mtr.
It belongs to a type of literature that anyone who has looked at the jataka stories is familiar with, where all the cardinal points
in the Buddha's teachings, such as samsara, punarjanma, and nirvana, are vividly illustrated and explained to the uninstructed listener.
Site boundaries are delineated by four gateways oriented to the cardinal points
Considering the "many crises and continual ups and downs" the declaration endured, the cardinal points
out, it was "almost a miracle that it was ever passed at all.
Tacita Dean's video Disappearance at Sea, 1996, provided the perfect expression of what may be the most libertarian dimension of this approach to the cardinal points
, in which the recovery of an auratic sense of landscape opens the way for seemingly infinite horizons of vision: Around a light-house is arranged a set of mirrors, reflecting one another ad infinitum, among the subjects and objects of vision.
72 rooms line each level, with circular corridors on the 2nd to 4th floors, and four sets of staircases at cardinal points
, which connect the ground to top floors.
The cross is oriented to the cardinal points
and the circular portion is the building, with a circular courtyard opening to the sky.