indirectly indirectly /ɪn də ˈrɛkt li/
- (adv) not in a forthright manner
- The area was indirectly ruled by the French through a puppet emperor.
- Nonetheless, the executive does advise the bureau, and so indirectly helps guide the king's investments.
- Ironically, banks have long benefited indirectly from the thriving check-cashing industry by supplying the loans and cash that check cashers use to pay these same customers.
- People with the PMP credential, on an average, earn 10%-20% higher salaries than their non-PMP counterparts. The PMP credential is suited for anyone working directly or indirectly in Project environments and demonstrates a thorough understanding of project best practices. (PRWeb June 21, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10852895.htmon June 21, 2013 Source: PRWeb
- ABERDEENSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM-- - NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION IN WHOLE OR IN PART DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY IN, INTO OR FROM ANY JURISDICTION WHERE TO DO SO WOULD CONSTITUTE A VIOLATION OF ...on June 21, 2013 Source: Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance
- Not for release, or for publication or distribution, directly or indirectly in or into the United States, Australia, Hong Kong, Canada, Japan, New Zeeland or South Africa.on June 19, 2013 Source: Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance
- Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana is quoted by the AP as stating of the issue, "Every one of these deepwater wells employs directly hundreds of people and indirectly thousands:This is one company. This is one well. It's a terrible situation and no one...on Jun 16, 2010 By: Mary Landrieu Source: WiredPRNews.com (press release)
- "To keep living as I did up until today would be to indirectly diminish the glow that my kids were born with," Martin said. "These years in silence and reflection made me stronger and reminded me that acceptance has to come from within and...on Mar 29, 2010 By: Ricky Martin Source: Times Online
- "As written, the Senate health-care bill allows taxpayer dollars, directly and indirectly, to pay for insurance plans that cover abortion. Most Nebraskans, and Americans, do not favor using public funds to cover abortion and as a result this bill...on Dec 7, 2009 By: Ben Nelson Source: msnbc.com