direct approach


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direct approach

An approach made without following a circuit pattern and intercepting the final approach directly.
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Constitutionally shy of the direct approach, Raffles was further deterred by a ball in full swing at the Empress Rooms, whence potential witnesses were pouring between dances into the cool deserted street.
Lot 2: Direct approach recruitment of specialists in the Finance sector (finance markets, corporate finance, local economy) and in the legal sector and the banking and financial audit specialty.
But asked if City are about to change their style with a more direct approach, he said: "No - look at our midfield players and look at Frank himself.
Limerick passed it well but it was Bohs' more direct approach which brought them the lead on 39 minutes.
A simple direct approach using a good sized pole cup and building on the chosen line of attack with carefully place helpings is a must.
And, amazingly for the 54-year-old, his direct approach worked, just like in Boys from the Blackstuff.
Health activism is a growing area of interest for many who work to improve health, nationally and internationally, because it offers a more direct approach to achieving lasting social and political change.
GUS Poyet's impact at Sunderland has been phenomenal, and it proves one thing in my mind: playing football will always win out over the direct approach, which has a really limited shelf life.
For the most part though, the direct approach of the visitors and the referee's propensity to blow his whistle at increasingly regular intervals caused the tie to be stop-start during its entirety.
Their direct approach and pressing game is tailor-made for putting passing teams like Spurs off their stride.
Preferring a direct approach to one wrapped up in rhetoric, the result is effective.
Denmark possess the necessary defensive strength to cope with Norway's direct approach and the extra quality of Ajax's attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen could give them a decisive advantage.