disorienting effect of hypertext stems from very early systems.
disorienting experience, claustrophobic almost to the degree that it induces panic.
disorienting dilemmas, these radical changes?
disorienting lifestyle, where everything you might need in three places had to be carried around.
Showing the last 20 characters of each path is very disorienting; just think of how to sort such a thing.
The trip to Swansea turned out to be somewhat disorienting.
Because of the multiple directions of motion, Survivor: The Ride can be very disorienting, and riders who are sensitive to motion sickness may want to avoid attempting the challenge.
The smooth, swooping track includes high overbanked turns, an underground dive, and multiple weaves around supports and structure for a disorienting, adrenaline-inducing path not for the faint of heart.
Motion simulators can be disorienting rides, and just as the preshow indicates that Grampa Simpson and Maggie cannot ride due to safety concerns, park guests must also meet safety requirements in order to participate.
Shelob's Lair can be a little disorienting, so try to stay as far to the left as possible when going through the pathways.
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