directive

[ dih-rek-tiv, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF directive

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Finally, he believed that Paul's directive was too detailed.

You don't have to wait for a directive, and every one of you can find some improvement that could be made.

Life, therefore, cannot be an intelligent or a directive energy.

The political function of the nation is both coercive and directive.

The directive might also include, in some detail, the action to be taken to this end.

The directive indicates an objective, thereby resembling a task.

You've come to regard your directive ability as something sacred.

What should be done with muscle except to supply it with directive brains?

Only the steady dot-dot-dot of the directive radio gave them hope.

In this relation, gravity has no directive or psychic element.

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