Yoon's letter also noted the change to the "Blue Book"—the U.N. directory of missions.
Oddly, her crisis-management and communications firm, Smith & Company, is not listed in any directory.
Will the directory stop further outrages on American commerce, ask the envoys?
Perhaps the directory of the county town is the only available volume.
On their arrival the French directory refused to recognize them.
It was called the directory, and consisted of nine Brethren.
I looked him up in the directory and the address is as you state.
And when he wants information does he hunt up a directory or a cop?
In September 1797 the French directory made the unpardonable mistake of compelling her to prepare for a war to the knife.
The directory in the silent and unpopulated lobby was names, all names.
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.
A node in a hierarchical file system which contains zero or more other nodes - generally, files or other directories.
The term "folder" is sometimes used in systems such as the Macintosh or Microsoft Windows in which directories are traditionally depicted as folders (like small briefcases).