Directly or indirectly, the Spanish expedition was…
Only very indirectly did the Reformation lead Europe into a secular, scientific age.
It also opposes coercive authority, recognizing that even modeling and role-emulation work indirectly:
One 2013 report estimated that the drone industry will directly and indirectly employ some 100,000 people by 2025.
The two exceptional cases, which must be proved indirectly by reductio ad absurdum, are Baroco and Bocardo.
In California law, a connected device is “any device that connects directly or indirectly to the internet and has an IP or Bluetooth address”.
It accused the powerful spying agency, ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence), which brokered the deal in North Waziristan, of indirectly supporting terrorists.
It then spreads between humans by direct contact with infected blood, bodily fluids or organs, or indirectly through contact with contaminated environments.
"This sudden loss of income will reverberate through the financial system to savers and pensioners that directly or indirectly rely on commercial property for income...
Independent production companies that produce social media content which is directly or indirectly associated with the BBC should ensure that this Guidance is followed.
Now assume that when we directly or indirectly perceive p, and this causes us to believe q, where p entails q, we are positioned to perceive q indirectly.
The case of sounds and audition is important because it reveals that perceiving involves awareness of sensations in the first instance, and of the external world only indirectly.
As a person heals, that antibody, which indirectly shows contagion, is slowly replaced by another antibody, which indirectly shows that a person has had the virus.
Democracy, a term that means “rule by the people,” is a political system in which laws, policies, leaders, and major state undertakings are decided directly or indirectly by the citizens.
Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov called out the US support for the protests and Navalny's release, saying that the statements, "indirectly constitute absolute interference in our internal affairs."
Mr Renzi tempted providence on an epic scale, assuming that the constitutional reform would be approved and no election would be needed, as the Senate’s members would either be elected indirectly or not at all.
Hundreds of thousands of citizens work for the government, directly or indirectly, in the civil service, in government-run educational institutions, and in government-owned industrial and commercial enterprises.
Experts indirectly accused the government of contributing to tensions with unclear messaging, saying the situation was worsened by a “lack of clear, consistent, message for all to adhere to regarding who can go where, when, with whom and with what precautions”.
“Europe shouldn’t even think about migration cooperation arrangements with Libya if it results, directly or indirectly, in such shocking human rights violations,” said Magdalena Mughrabi, the group’s interim deputy director for the Middle East and North Africa.
There are substantive issues — including trade, intellectual property, suppression of coronavirus information — that directly or indirectly impact the lives and economic wellbeing of Americans and deserves to be addressed in robust, honest, and sometimes forceful ways.
- not in a forthright manner
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