The four principle points on a compass: North, south, east and west.
The points of North, South, East and West as marked on a compass rose.
North, East, South, and West. Symbolized by the circle in magic (which connects the points), the four elements, and the watchtowers.
major points of the compass: North, South, East, West
Four principal points of a compass: north, south, east and west.
the four directions East, South, West, and North, and hence the locations of the Watchtowers of the Four Quarters
The four main points of the compass: (N., S., E., W.)
1. of the compass: The four principal points, north, south, east and west. 2. of the ecliptic: The vernal and autumnal equinoxes and the summer and winter solstices. The ultimate source of the word cardinal is the Latin cardo 'hinge' and it's meaning is, something on which all else depends.
the main directions on the mariner's compass, north, south, east and west.
The primary directions- North, East, South and West
North, South, East, and West, marked in the Georgian Tradition by candles of green, red, yellow, and blue, respectively. The Circle is drawn to connect these four points
The four main navigational directions (North, East, South, and West) found on a compass or a map.
(1) optics: In a thick lens or lens system, the two principal points, the two nodal points, and two focal points. (2) The principal directions, north, south, east, and west.
The four primary compass directions; North, South, East, West.