directing her to disrobe, she would poach her in herbs in a hot tub and then literally electrify her.
All I knew was the band was going to be Talking Heads, and I was going to be directing it.
The posse members were often present at the sensational immigration raids, directing traffic and riding along with deputies.
And I also read that you were only the second black female director to be accepted into the directing branch of AMPAS.
Description: directing the safety and reporting company compliance to safety and health regulatory agencies when required.
"You will hold the basin," said he, directing me with his calm, benignant eye.
The easier task, that of directing the machine, is left to the husband.'
Mr Ross had done all that was possible in directing the watchers as they brought all their Indian experience to their aid.
The latter took the despatch, and opened it, directing Jenkins to sign the paper.
Diomede now thrust forward his lance, Minerva directing it, and adding her strength to give force to the blow.
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.)).