Position

Position refers to the spatial location (rather than orientation) of an entity. The term may refer to any of the following below.

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United States Ambassador To The United Nations - Cabinet Status
... member of the United States Cabinet, but the position is frequently accorded cabinet-level rank ... Bush, who had previously held the position himself ... It was not a cabinet-level position under the George W ...
Orbital Speed
... The orbital speed at any position in the orbit can be computed from the distance to the central body at that position, and the specific orbital energy, which is independent of ...
Straw Man - Structure
... pattern of argument Person 1 has position X ... The position Y is a distorted version of X and can be set up in several ways, including Presenting a misrepresentation of the opponent's position ... Presenting someone who defends a position poorly as the defender, then refuting that person's arguments — thus giving the appearance that every upholder of ...
Yamaha XS 650 - Design - Carburetion
... velocity Mikuni carburetors that can be tuned by moving the needle clip position, or by replacing jets ... to be listed in parts menus as being 'fixed' position,(in other words a needle that may only have one clip position) ... in) CV carb needles only have one fixed clip position ...

Famous quotes containing the word position:

    Beauty ought to look a little surprised: it is the emotion that best suits her face.... The beauty who does not look surprised, who accepts her position as her due—she reminds us too much of a prima donna.
    —E.M. (Edward Morgan)

    The Americans are violently oral.... That’s why in America the mother is all-important and the father has no position at all—isn’t respected in the least. Even the American passion for laxatives can be explained as an oral manifestation. They want to get rid of any unpleasantness taken in through the mouth.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)

    Men were only made into “men” with great difficulty even in primitive society: the male is not naturally “a man” any more than the woman. He has to be propped up into that position with some ingenuity, and is always likely to collapse.
    Wyndham Lewis (1882–1957)