A redirection that allows the show to be paradoxically more vicious and more humane.
It is recognition of the increased liberation and redirection of the course of events achieved through accurate discovery.
So, there may be undertaken the redirection of the work of the country school.
Without inhibition there is no instigation of imagination, no redirection into more discriminated and comprehensive activities.
Local political organizations (much in need of redirection).
The leaders of the new movement in our schools have called for a redirection of rural education.
That which a nervous invalid most needs is a redirection of energy.
Rural banks (often in need of redirection in their relations to the development of the open country).
The dressing-stations are mere offices for their redirection, where they are carefully ticketed, but where little else is done.
It is longitudinal—in the redirection given to changes already going on.