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directional

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  • a  relating to or indicating directions in space
    a directional microphone
  • a  relating to direction toward a (nonspatial) goal
    he tried to explain the directional trends of modern science
  • s  showing the way by conducting or leading; imposing direction on
    the directional role of science on industrial progress

  • When "directional pressure" is applied, the bb's flatten, and slack muscles snap back, their strength restored.
  • Also, the response of the directional pad and buttons is sometimes sluggish.
  • The pilot can vary the thrust of the engines and use ailerons, hinged sections of the plane's wings, to maintain altitude and make turns, although directional control is difficult.
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  • Jerry Reese in USA Today
    Jeff is the best directional punter of all time,Giants general manager Jerry Reese said. "This guy can eliminate the opponent's punt returner. He is a pro's pro."
  • David Emerson in Houston Chronicle
    More importantly, this agreement is a major directional statement,Emerson said. "It's a statement that Canada is back in the game."
  • Federico Capasso in Science Daily (press release)
    We have demonstrated devices that can create highly directional laser beams pointing in different directions either at the same or at different wavelengths,says Capasso. "This could have major implications for parallel high-throughput...

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