Since 2012, according to a reporter for The Guardian, the number of directories in circulation has been "dramatically reduced".
All references to LKI were expunged from Web sites and answering machines and directories and syllabuses.
Morton jerked his head towards the directories in the bookshelf.
He did not appear in the city's directories of 1827 and 1834.
We keep the census reports, the directories, and a death record.
The first step is the obtaining of directories and the arranging for the despatch of circulars.
Some of them certainly claim a foremost position numerically in our Christian English directories.
But for Witchcraft, the greatest of all heresies, special handbooks or directories were appointed.
They found shelter in Wales, however, and our directories preserve in their list of surnames their memorial for ever.
He gave his attention to the noble arts of agriculture and self-defence, botanical theories, treatises, and directories.
1540s, "guide, book of rules," from Medieval Latin directorium, noun use of neuter of Latin directorius, from directus (see direct (v.)). Meaning "alphabetical listing of inhabitants of a region" is from 1732; listing of telephone numbers is from 1908. As an adjective, from mid-15c.