1 If he is interested in oriental languages, the new Institute of Languages will enable him to acquire knowledge of Singhalese or Bantu.
2 China is an oriental country with a long history.
3 I love the living room, with its dark woodwork, oriental rugs, and chunky furniture.
4 The floor was overlaid with rugs of oriental design.
5 It seems almost inevitable that North African economies will still be primarily oriented towards Europe.
6 The building is oriented south and north.
7 He oriented himself on coming to a new city.
8 The posterior leg pairs were slightly longer than those preceding it, giving the creature a pronounced trough between its 'back' and the vertically oriented front end.
9 In the thick fog, only sounds helped him orientate himself.
10 Try to orientate your students towards the science subjects.
11 Philip spent his first day in Denver to orient the telescope toward the moon.
12 Understand their own strengths, to choose the life occupation orientation; practice their strengths, to accomplish his career.
13 The movement is liberal and social democratic in orientation.
14 The company needs to develop a stronger orientation towards marketing its products.
15 Companies have been forced into a greater orientation to the market.