- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of direct.
“More importantly, the term directs attention away from the demeaning consequences of these policies.”
“Julian Farino directs from a script by Jay Reiss and Ian Helfer.”
“Your father Leslie Epstein directs the creative writing program at Boston University and has written several books.”
“Watch for the first time as David Wain directs Paul Rudd, Seann William Scott, and the artist formerly known as McLovin 'in a holiday comedy that includes absurd energy drinks and live action role-playing.”
“McCain directs all his attacks against Obama, he doesn't even mention her name.”
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“You find this expressed more explicitly in the Slavonic form of confession to a priest, where the rubric directs the priest to take the penitent before the icon of Christ on the doors of the icon screen with a prayer inviting the penitent to make confession including the phrase, "His holy image is before us and I am only a witness, bearing testimony of these things which you speak to me.”
“The United National Party which he directs is pro-Western.”
“Before the work of building a church is set about the rubric directs that adequate provision should be made for its maintenance, also the foundations are to be marked out subject to the approval of the bishop or his delegate, and a wooden cross set up to indicate the place where the altar is to stand.”
“He bows at the Holy Name and genuflects, if the rubric directs it, at his place towards the altar in front.”
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