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alignments, plural;
  1. Arrangement in a straight line, or in correct or appropriate relative positions
    • - the tiles had slipped out of alignment
  2. The act of aligning parts of a machine
    • - oil changes, lube jobs, and wheel alignments
  3. The route or course of a road or railroad
    • - four railroads, all on different alignments
  4. A position of agreement or alliance
    • - a firm famous for its liberal alignment

  1. alliance: an organization of people (or countries) involved in a pact or treaty
  2. the spatial property possessed by an arrangement or position of things in a straight line or in parallel lines
  3. conjunction: (astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac
  4. the act of adjusting or aligning the parts of a device in relation to each other
  5. (align) place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight; "align the car with the curb"; "align the sheets of paper on the table"
  6. (align) be or come into adjustment with
  7. An alignment in archaeology is a secondary or circumstantial form of evidence used to associate features such as postholes by virtue of their physical relationships rather than stratigraphic ones. ...
  8. In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, alignment is a categorization of the ethical and moral perspective of people, creatures and societies.
  9. The Alignment (המערך, HaMa'arakh) was an alliance of the major left-wing parties in Israel between the 1960s and 1990s. ...
  10. In typesetting and page layout, alignment or range, is the setting of text flow or image placement relative to a page, column (measure), table cell or tab. The type alignment setting is sometimes referred to as text alignment, text justification or type justification.
  11. (Align (album)) Halifax is a four-piece rock band from Thousand Oaks, California. They formed in 2003 and currently are signed with Rocket Science Records. ...
  12. (Align (company)) Align is a privately held IT solutions company specializing in IT relocation services, network infrastructure design and build-out, contact center technology and IT management. ...
  13. An arrangement of items in a line; The process of adjusting a mechanism such that its parts are aligned; the condition of having its parts so adjusted; An alliance of factions; The conjunction of two celestial objects; The precise route or course taken by a linear way (road, railway, footpath, ...
  14. (align) To form in line; to fall into line; To adjust or form to a line; to range or form in line; to bring into line; To adhere oneself with a group or a way of thinking
  15. (aligned) referring to something that has an alignment with something else; allied
  16. (Alignments) The term "Alignment" can refer either to alignments of sequences, or of structures. For sequences, see MSA3D. Instructions are also available for making structural alignments.
  17. Alignments refer to the geometric design elements that define the horizontal and vertical configuration of the roadways.
  18. (Align) quotient of the grammage of a paper and its thickness in micrometers.
  19. (Align) to line up typeset or other graphic material as specified, using a base or vertical line as the reference point.
  20. align left, center, right or full
  21. (Align) To position letters, words or images to fit on the same vertical line: “aligned left”, “aligned right”.
  22. (Align) Being forced to agree with something that you don’t agree with. Essentially alignment is when someone knits you a fancy balaclava so you can pull the wool over your own eyes.
  23. (Align) Can be used as a command by the FC To make your ship point at a specific place. In order to warp somewhere, a ship must first be aligned to it. By aligning first, you can warp instantly when given the order. Ships have different align times, generally bigger ships take longer to align. ...
  24. (Align) GI Healthcare (Probiotics)
  25. (Align) Lining up characters and/or images on a document using a vertical or horizontal line as a reference point.