The cardinal directions of a compass are N - E - S - W. (North, East, South, West)The directions between those cardinal points are the four intercardinal (or ordinal) directions:northeastnorthwestsoutheastsouthwest
The ordinal word form for 52 is: fifty-second
V. Kannan has written: 'Ordinal invariants in topology' -- subject(s): Categories, (Mathematics), Invariants, Ordinal Numbers, Topological spaces
No, he was number 16. The fifth would have been in the 1700's and Lincoln was 1860.
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The four cardinal directions or cardinal points are the directions of north, south, east, and west, commonly denoted by their initials: N, S, E, W.
Yes.Well North, South, East, and Westare the cardinal directions (the letter abbreviations migh not be considered cardinal...)
red it is the cardinal
The plural is cardinals. Note that there is no apostrophe before the s.
John K. Cardinal has written: 'A taxonomic reappraisal of Neandertal man' -- subject(s): Neanderthals