Indirect, the opposite of direct, may refer to:
- Indirect approach, a battle strategy
- Indirect self-interest, self-interest which is broader than the self-interest limited to one's personal situation
- Indirect DNA damage, caused by UV-photons
- Indirect agonist or indirect-acting agonist, a substance that enhances the release or action of an endogenous neurotransmitter
- Indirect speech, a form of speech
- Indirect costs, costs that are not directly accountable to a particular function or product
- Indirect self-reference, describes an object referring to itself indirectly
- Indirect effect, a principle of European Community Law
- Indirect finance, where borrowers borrow funds from the financial market through indirect means
- Indirection, the ability to reference something in computer programming
- Indirect transmission, infections passing from one host to another via a different species.
Other articles related to "indirect":
... Name Year Number of deaths Ivan 14 ... Charley 8 ... (20 indirect) Allison 8 ... Katrina 6 ... (6 indirect) Frances 5 ... (32 indirect) Wilma 5 ... Beryl 4 ... Gustav 4 ... Hanna 3 ... Jeanne ...
... Indirect memory tests assess the retention of information without direct reference to the source of information ... Performance on indirect tests may reflect contributions of implicit memory, the effects of priming, a preference to respond to previously experienced stimuli over novel stimuli ... Types of indirect memory tests include The Implicit Association Test, The Lexical Decision Task, The Word Stem Completion task, Artificial Grammar Learning, and Word Fragment Completion ...
... Indirect suicide is the act of setting out on an obviously fatal course without directly committing the act upon oneself ... Indirect suicide is differentiated from legally defined suicide by the fact that the actor does not pull the figurative (or literal) trigger ... Examples of indirect suicide include a soldier enlisting in the army with the express intention and expectation of being killed in combat ...
... Indirect deaths are those that are related to the storm, but not directly from its storm effects ... of deaths Hazel 6 ... !19 direct Donna 5 ... !5 direct (3 indirect) Ione 4 ... !5 direct (2 indirect) Faith 3 ... !4 direct Agnes 2 ... !2 direct Barbara ...
Famous quotes containing the word indirect:
“Imagination is always the fabric of social life and the dynamic of history. The influence of real needs and compulsions, of real interests and materials, is indirect because the crowd is never conscious of it.”
—Simone Weil (19091943)
“... so long as the serpent continues to crawl on the ground, the primary influence of woman will be indirect ...”
—Ellen Glasgow (18731945)
“An indirect quotation we can usually expect to rate only as better or worse, more or less faithful, and we cannot even hope for a strict standard of more and less; what is involved is evaluation, relative to special purposes, of an essentially dramatic act.”
—Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)