First Known Use of directory
Recent Examples of directory from the Web
Participants may end up seeing their work in the chamber of commerce membership directory and community guide.
North Carolina Office of Charter Schools: www.ncpublicschools.org/charterschools/ for a school directory and details on charter applications.
A rally in support for free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick will be held later this month, according to a social media post by movie directory Spike Lee.
The result is a searchable directory found at glutenfreeconnecticut.com.
The mobile app will include information about the district, a directory of all school sites, a calendar of events and construction updates.
Ayyadurai is talking, of course, about the brouhaha the conservative Boston Herald set off in 2012 in a report that an academic directory back in the 1980s and 1990s had listed Warren as a minority member due to a Native American ancestry.
Moat Lane, a fictitious street in North London that originated in the TeleAtlas directory, was temporarily marked on Google Maps.
Conant, who enrolled at Mizzou in 2013 and graduated with a degree in English in December 2016, is listed as an events assistant for the SEC Network on the Mizzou student directory.
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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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