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Loose apronyms:
Perfect Apronyms OnlyAll Apronyms
100% CORECentre Of Reactor, Etc. Angela Brett
100% CORE (2)Centre, Or Rather, Epicentre Tony McCoy O'Grady
83% DIRECTIONSDivine Inspiration's Required, Everyone Cannot Truly Interpret Old-wives-tales Northerly Signals Tony McCoy O'Grady
100% EASTEvidently A Sunrise Thing Tony McCoy O'Grady
100% FROM BEHINDFrightened Reaction Obviously Must Be Expected - Hindsight Is Not Directional! Angela Brett and Tony McCoy O'Grady, when somebody searched for 'from behind' on the Acronyms website.
100% HIGHHelicopter's Indispensible Getting Here. Angela Brett
100% MAP REFERENCEMaths Assists Preparing Readable (Expressed Flatly) Earthly References. Explorers Need Charts Evidently Tony McCoy O'Grady
100% MIDDLE EASTMaybe I'm Dumb... Direction Lacks Exact Endpoints And So, This. Angela Brett, who doesn't understand how East can have a middle.
100% MIDDLE EAST (2)Maybe It's Diameter Dividing Longitudinal Expressions... Equator Always Splits Transversely Angela Brett, after MIDDLE EAST, thinking that although you could continue forever going east or west, the middle of the space in which you can go east or west, or the middle east-west line, is the equator. (I originally considered 'Longitudinal Expressions' as east goes from one longitude to another, but it later occurred to me that Latitudinal makes more sense as East goes along latitude lines. This choice of notation also affects whether the equator can be thought to split 'Transversely')
100% MIDDLE WESTMedian, If Defined, Definitely Located Equivalently Whichever Expression Suits Topographer. Angela Brett, who thinks that if there is a MIDDLE EAST and MIDDLE WEST, however they are defined it seems logical that they should be both at the same place, whether it's the equator as in MIDDLE EAST (2) or opposite some longitude defined as the start/end of East and West.
100% NEVER EAT SOGGY WAFFLESNot Everyone Views Each Range Effectively, Adventures Take Steering Of Guidance, Greatly Yields Where Adventures Follow For Leading Every Step Jan Morgan - this is the phrase that helps kids know how the compass is - North East South West
100% NORTHNow Often Related To 'High' Angela Brett
100% POSITIONPerhaps One Should Inspect Things In One's Neighbourhood Tony McCoy O'Grady
100% SOUTHStandard Orientation's 'Under' Top Hemisphere Angela Brett
100% TILTEDThing Is Listing To Extreme Degree TMcCO'G
100% WESTWhere Exits Sun Today Tony McCoy O'Grady