That was part of this thing, American Express: Unstaged, where they asked people to direct this livestreamed concert.
The courses flown on the long haul routes were not the most direct, A to B.
“We see a direct link to this vote and dealing with the Iranian nuclear issue,” this official said.
And insulin stays high as long as blood sugar levels stay high—the direct result of eating a high-carbohydrate diet.
And it should have commissioned film directors, not car hacks, to direct its spots.
They were the direct descendants of Esau, and inhabited Mount Seir.
Tell her, that she must direct herself to her brother for any favour she has to ask.
You will get a pilot from Col. Nixon's regt to direct them thither.
Prayerfully I considered my situation and asked God's help to direct me.
The money must always be sent, with the names, direct to the Publisher.
late 14c., "to write (to someone), to address," from Latin directus "straight," past participle of dirigere "set straight," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + regere "to guide" (see regal). Cf. dress; address.
Meaning "to govern, regulate" is from c.1500; "to order, ordain" is from 1650s. Sense of "to write the destination on the outside of a letter" is from 16c. Of plays, films, etc., from 1913. Related: Directed; directing.
late 14c., from Latin directus "straight," past participle of dirigere "set straight" (see direct (v.)).