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  • Info DIRECT was a late-2000s proposed alternative heavy lift launch vehicle architecture supporting NASA's Vision for Space Exploration, which would replace the space agency's planned Ares I and Ares V rockets.
  • Home video made possible the creation of a direct-to-video film industry.
  • This was the only film Wood directed but did not also produce.
  • Alexander himself took selected troops on the direct route to the city.
  • Sometimes direct support units are placed under command of the regiment/brigade they support.
  • The attack is not only directed at the joint but to many other parts of the body.
  • As governor and church president, Young directed both religious and economic matters.
  • The focus of the Roman senate was usually directed towards foreign policy.
  • Each drive also has an additional power cable, usually direct to the power supply unit.
  • I got his phone, too, so I got a direct line to him.
  • This is a list of films he had directed.
  • Although an established church, the Church of England does not receive any direct government support.
  • Responsible for emergency re-writing, he also directed the film's first scenes.
  • At the district level, some elements of the government remain a direct democracy.
  • In other words, the community, rather than single individuals, direct the course of discussion.
  • He also directed feature-length films and music videos, and designed album covers.
  • Cast - turn outward and dance up or down outside the set, as directed.
  • The Council consists of representatives of citizens elected by direct and free elections.
  • She directed eight films, two of which received significant coverage outside Germany.
  • However, he continued directing the rest of the song while lying in bed.
  • They ultimately became a self-directed group, playing their own instruments and writing many of their own songs.
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Meaning of direct

  • verb Command with authority
    He directed the children to do their homework
  • verb Guide the actors in (plays and films)
  • verb Be in charge of
  • verb Give directions to; point somebody into a certain direction
    I directed them towards the town hall
  • adjective Direct in spatial dimensions; proceeding without deviation or interruption; straight and short
    a direct route, a direct flight, a direct hit
  • adjective Straightforward in means or manner or behavior or language or action
    a direct question, a direct response, a direct approach
  • adjective Moving from west to east on the celestial sphere; or--for planets--around the sun in the same direction as the earth
  • adjective Similar in nature or effect or relation to another quantity
    a term is in direct proportion to another term if it increases (or decreases) as the other increases (or decreases)
  • adjective (of a current) flowing in one direction only
    direct current