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''Minnesota is in the north of the USA.''
''Stock prices are heading back towards the north.''
2002, Mats Lundahl, ''Politics or Markets?: Essays on Haitian Underdevelopment'', Routledge ((ISBN))
- (..) and after independence the north clung to sugar production longer than the south, with the result that when the north took (..)
In a church: the direction to the left-hand side of a person facing the altar.
1998, Leonel L. Mitchell, ''Pastoral and Occasional Liturgies: A Ceremonial Guide'', Rowman & Littlefield ((ISBN)), page 49:
- If candidates stand on the liturgical south facing the presider and liturgical assistants on the liturgical north, it will present better visual lines for the congregation than if they stand facing east and west with their backs toward the congregation.
2011, Paul Turner, ''At the Supper of the Lamb: A Pastoral and Theological Commentary on the Mass'', LiturgyTrainingPublications ((ISBN)), page 27:
- Many early Christian basilicas were designed with twin ambos for the proclamation of the epistle (on the liturgical south side) and the Gospel (on the north). The separation of the ambos indicated the distinction that should be accorded the Gospel, which was proclaimed from the north as if evangelization needed to happen to the geographically southern part of the world.
2014, Paul Porwoll, ''Against All Odds: History of Saint Andrew's Parish Church, Charleston, 1706-2013'', WestBow Press ((ISBN)), page 365:
- At St. Andrew&39;s, ecclesiastical north, south, east, and west correspond to geographical northeast, southwest, southeast, and northwest.
2017, Cameron Macdonell, ''Ghost Storeys: Ralph Adams Cram, Modern Gothic Media, and Deconstructive Microhistory at a Canadian Church'', McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP ((ISBN)):
- The new St Mary's Anglican Church, Walkerville, has an attached rectory flanking to the liturgical south and an attached parish hall flanking to the liturgical north, both half-timbered in the Tudor Revival style. to a church that is oriented SSE, making "south" WSW
Of or pertaining to the north; northern.
''He lived in north Germany''.
''She entered through the north gate.''
Toward the north; northward.
1987, Ana María Brull Vázquez, Rosa E. Casas, ''Cuba'', page 23:
- The most dangerous ones are those that develop during October and November and that follow a north path affecting the western part of the island.
Of wind, from the north.
''The north wind was cold.''
''north highway 1''
Designating, or situated in, the liturgical north (in a church, the direction to the left-hand side of a person facing the altar).
2011, Michael Attridge, Catherine E. Clifford, Gilles Routhier, ''Vatican II: Expériences canadiennes – Canadian experiences'', University of Ottawa Press ((ISBN)), page 145:
- (..) the high church had liked its clergy to preside at the Eucharist in an ''ad orientem'' position; the low church advocated what was called the north end position; but the Liturgical Movement asked the priest to take a basilical position, facing liturgical west, and now both Anglican factions could agree on this third position without either of them losing face.
- Throughout the book I refer directionally to the altar and chancel of St. Andrew&39;s as situated at ''ecclesiastical'' east (to avoid overcomplicating matters), not ''geographical'' or ''magnetic'' southeast. Thus, (..) The north side faces the river (beyond the subdivision behind the church), and the south side, Ashley River Road. (..) At St. Andrew's, ecclesiastical north, south, east, and west correspond to geographical northeast, southwest, southeast, and northwest. Unless otherwise indicated, compass directions given in this book are ecclesiastical, not geographical, reference points.
More or greater than.
''The wedding ended up costing north of $50,000.''
''Switzerland is north of Italy.''
''We headed north.''
To turn or move toward the north.
1769, Henry Wilson, William Hume, ''Surveying improved'' (page 239)
- When at B you had northed 3.71(..)
A location to the north; the north
The north wind
At the north
To the north, northwards
From the north
In the north