First Known Use of directory
Recent Examples of directory from the Web
Initially, way back in November 2015, Yoga Greenbook started as just a directory listing culturally affirming and diverse teachers, a site that just showcased that yoga is diverse, despite images that may suggest the contrary.
Television screens will display daily court calendars, and a separate array of touchscreen monitors will help visitors navigate the building by displaying the building directory.
The directories will also be available at www.dexpages.com.
The Post did find a 1924 Tampa directory for a James Maribella at 212 Fortune St., the same address as the Mirabella family’s ancestors, Sicilian immigrants who settled in Tampa in the late 19th century before launching their seafood company.
The New Yorker offers SecureDrop on its website, though it isn’t listed on the directory.
The disgraced producer's name is no longer listed under the guild's official member directory.
On the way to his new assignment, perhaps the officer read the directory of Air Force facilities, published for airmen, which described every American base.
The condominium directory has a random collection of names of people who aren’t tenants, including rappers Biggie Smalls and LL Cool J, among the Nazis.
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Origin and Etymology of directory
First Known Use: 1543See Words from the same year
DIRECTORY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of directory for English Language Learners
: a book that contains an alphabetical list of names of people, businesses, etc.
DIRECTORY Defined for Kids
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