(1) Could they be picking up magnetic signals to orientate themselves?(2) The resulting colour stripes help to orientate visitors and to define routes and zones within the park, using communication as link between topography and function.(3) In this opening instalment the star guide shows users how to orientate themselves in the night sky and identify some of the more obvious constellations and stars.(4) It is our memories that locate us, orientate us, and tell us in what direction we are hastening.(5) The chrome shroud has the mounting holes for the fans on both sides, allowing you to orientate the inlet and outlet ports as needed as well as of course being able to use 4 fans in a push-pull configuration.(6) Made of billinga, a robust African hardwood, the walkways guide and orientate visitors around the site.(7) The building is orientated towards the north, as dictated by the topography, with the main entrances to the east and west.(8) These are the basic stuff of any such text and a number of books orientated to soil and plant processes cover them.(9) You're orientating yourself around football.(10) Cholesterol is known to thicken phosphocholine bilayers by orientating the lipids in a more perpendicular fashion to the bilayer plane.(11) The symbols are used, when necessary, as compasses - a clean, clever way of orientating the reader.(12) They are arranged and orientated to allow own-door access as well as open deck and corridor access.(13) Mosquitoes and many other insects bask in flowers, orientating their bodies to absorb solar radiation.(14) Visas can take time, as can learning the Cyrillic alphabet - essential for orientating yourself in town.(15) Nevertheless, during inauguration festivities, some first-time visitors to the Concert Hall had difficulty orientating themselves through these interstitial zones.(16) With the advent of the government's new programme, the ruling elite is now orientating itself towards just such a confrontation.