direct approach

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.
The former All-Star and Footballer of the Year joined the backroom team in early 2018 and the team adopted a more direct approach this season before reverting to their counter-attacking game after defeat to Donegal in Ulster.
Main features: the service provider must assist the community, throughout the duration of the framework agreement and throughout the bouches-du-rhne territory, in carrying out the following tasks: - or partial assistance to the recruitment of a candidate by the implementation of one or two stages of the recruitment process: - ~sourcing~ phases and direct approach - ~telephone pre-qualification~ phase - complete assistance in recruiting a candidate, which corresponds to all stages of the recruitment process: - ~expression and needs analysis~ phase - ~sourcing~ phases and direct approach - ~telephone pre-qualification~ phase - ~individual (physical) qualification interview~ phase - ~selection~ phase - ~follow-up and debriefing~ phase - ~follow-up integration~ phase.
Caley Thistle have claimed Dundee made a direct approach to manager John Robertson over the vacant Dens Park job before seeking the Highlanders' permission.
It is going to provide a direct approach to more television channels with a higher quality and communication services not only for Bulgaria, but also for the Balkans and a bigger part of Europe.
has taken a direct approach to acquiring some of the cutting edge technology, and expanding it internationally.
The television company says it directly handles national advertising sales for about a quarter of its television stations and will expand the direct approach to almost all of its TV stations.
As Harriet gently tries to coax her down, Cain takes the more direct approach and clambers up the stairs.
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.
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.
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.