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1952 comedy film directed by Charlie Chaplin (starring Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton); name of nightclubs in New-York (USA) and London (England ) andLimelight
1971 James Bond film featuring Sean Connery (directed by Guy Hamilton)Diamonds are Forever
1975 film directed by Steven Spielberg (starring Richard Dreyfuss and Roy Scheider)Jaws
1979 James Bond film starring Roger Moore (directed by Lewis Gilbert)Moonraker
1982 film directed by Steven Spielberg about a space alien that lands on EarthE.T.
1982 film starring Dustin Hoffman (directed by Sidney Pollack)Tootsie
1986 Academy Award-winning film directed by Oliver Stone (starring Charlie Sheen and Willem Dafoe)Platoon
1996 film directed by Jan De Bont (starring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton)Twister
absolute, candidly, clear; total, absolute; complete; directed straight out (Archaic), instantly, totally, completely; openly; absolutely; directly; immediately, wholly, without qualificationsoutright
according to, activated; turned on, arranged or planned, as means of functioning, at a time, attached to something, by means of, carrying something, charged to, directed toward, during, forth; ahead; while continuing, functioning//ON, in contact with s...on
agism, discrimination directed at ageageism
apparatus using centrifugal force, away from center, decentralizing power, developing outward, efferent, employing centrifugal force, moving or directed outward from the center, pertaining to or operated by centrifugal force, see also:centripetalcentrifugal
approach to ethics, goal-directed activity, study of causes, study of final causesteleology
available, away from here!, away from home, considering a verdict, exterior, external; wanting, lacking; directed away from; absent; retired from play (Baseball); out of bounds (Sports); extinguished; not in use, unfashionable; incorrect; unconscious, ...out
Billy Wilder (born 1906), Austrian-born American movie director who directed the movie "Some like It Hot"; Thornton Wilder (1897-1975), American author who wrote the play "Our Town"; family nameWilder
building from which aircraft are directedcontrol tower
can be directed; can be ascribed to, can be related to; can be applied to; can be alluded toreferable
coming from or directed towards the northeast, coming from or facing northeast, in the northeast, of the northeastnortheastern
consequence of production ignored in pricing, outwardness, quality or condition of being external or directed toward outside or exterior; incidental situation that may affect a course of process or activity; (Psychology) state of being external, qualit...externality
conspicuous, ending in a point, having a point; sharp, cutting; aimed, directed; demonstrative, showy, ostentatious, made with emphasispointed
controllable, can be regulated, can be directedregulable
depressed, dejected, disheartened, looking down, overthrow, deposition; defeat, ruin; downward glance, look directed downward; shaft used to carry air down into a mine, saddowncast
directed at property, see also:in personamin rem
directed at somebody, see also:in remin personam
directed to one side, oblique; inclined, sloping, obliquely, sideways; to the side; from the sidesideling
directed to one side; leaning to one side; lying on the side; indirect, oblique, obliquely, sideways, toward the side; on the side, sloping, to the sidesidelong
directed to the attention of (generally used when addressing a letter)attn. (attention)
directed to the right, rightward, rightwards, toward the rightrightward
directed toward the Earth, earthward, earthwardsearthward
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