As the director of Freedom Now, I hold Intigam Aliyev in high esteem and have long respected his work as a human-rights lawyer.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul is filibustering John Brennan's nomination as CIA director until he gets answers on drone strikes.
A week later, the rude engineer got a call from the director of human relations.
John Young, director of admissions at Hobart, goes one step further.
In the sequel, Downey is back as the Arthur Conan Doyle detective, along with director Guy Ritchie and Jude Law as Watson.
As it left a great impression on his mind, he told M. the director that he had told another lie in the night.
The last letter that he opened was from the director of the Service.
In the sense in which a playground is a school—a playground without rules or methods or a director—there is a school of the woods.
The director of the establishment has assured me that the case is incurable.
But still, as director, he must frequently meet her in more or less familiar situations.
director di·rec·tor (dĭ-rěk'tər, dī-)
A smoothly grooved instrument used with a knife to limit the incision of tissues. Also called staff1.