Orient


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Orient

1. the countries east of the Mediterranean
2. the eastern hemisphere

orient

[′ȯr·ē·ənt]
(computer science)
To change relative and symbolic addresses to absolute form.
(engineering)
To place or set a map so that the map symbols are parallel with their corresponding ground features.
To turn a transit so that the direction of the 0° line of its horizontal circle is parallel to the direction it had in the preceding or initial setup, or parallel to a standard reference line.
(optics)
The play of color upon or just below the surface of a gem-quality pearl.
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Justin Edinburgh, the manager who guided Orient to the National League title last season, died in June.
Orient announced Edinburgh's death on the club website yesterday.
Orient Power, in a letter to the Ministry of Energy Petroleum Division Director General, dated January 15, 2019, said that in 2011, a dispute arose between Orient and SNGPL.
Sebastien Bazin, chairman and CEO of AccorHotels said: "Orient Express has always acted as a passport between worlds and a trip on these legendary trains was historical, touristic and cinematic with an inimitable experience.
The original Orient Express trains were famous for craftsmanship, the newest innovations and dining and so Orient Express Mahanakhon Bangkok will bring together names in these fields to reinterpret luxury travel.
The visitors Immerse response and interested in Mitsubishi and Orient products.
Enjoy an Orient Express themed cocktail at the Pera Palace Hotel, Jumeirah, originally built to greet guests from the train in Istanbul.
The Director Sales and Marketing, Orient Electronics, Mian Abdul Rehman Talat, while expressing his views on this memorable event said, 'This is indeed a proud moment for us.
Orient has consistently reported excellent technical results over the past five years.
Mohammad Nasr Abdeen, CEO of Union National Bank said: Orient UNB Takaful will offer a range of innovative products and Sharia compliant financial services and insurance products to the customers.
The material is divided methodologically: the first chapter deals with traditional ways of conceptualising the world; the second with known interactions of the Welsh with the East; while the third looks at translated legendary Charlemagne material for its reflection of popular contemporary perceptions of the Orient.
TO WIN Hartlepool 10/3 L Orient 4/5 Draw 13/5 SCORELINE Draw 0-0 9/1 Draw 1-1 5/1 Hartlepool 1-0 10/1 Hartlepool 2-0 22/1 Hartlepool 2-1 12/1 L Orient 1-0 11/2 L Orient 2-0 7/1 L Orient 2-1 15/2 L Orient 3-0 14/1 1ST SCORER J Simpson 4/1 O Palmer 5/1 J Marquis 11/2 B Paynter 13/2 DCOX 13/2 S Fenwick 15/2 B Turgott 15/2 R Bingham 8/1 ROates 9/1 No Scorer 9/1 LJames 9/1 S Kashket 9/1 Sky Bet