stage direct

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Verb1.stage direct - direct for the stage
performing arts - arts or skills that require public performance
direct - guide the actors in (plays and films)
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He announced in a statement to SUNA, that he has received application from a Tunisian private company of Al-Gadid for Air Transport Services to stage direct flights from Tunis to Khartoum.
Established in 2000 as a global venture capital firm, Greenspring Associates currently manages both a dedicated late stage direct investment platform as well as a globally diversified fund-of-funds platform.
Mr Woods asked: "Did you at any stage direct racial abuse either in the direction of Patrice Evra or otherwise?" Gannon replied: "No." His solicitor continued: "Did you at any stage say anything in French, either towards the pitch or anywhere else?" Gannon replied that he had not.
With the retreat of the commotion over the Iranian nuclear file, the American threats to stage direct interference to prevent Tehran from acquiring nuclear weapons have also retreated, or at least are no longer on the agenda on the short run.
Imran Tahir's jittery stay was brief as he was caught behind fencing at Anderson, which gave the England man his first wicket of a match he joined at the halfway stage direct from the World Twenty20 in the West Indies.
The Motown celebration Dancing in the Streets hits the stage direct from London's West End on Monday until Saturday.
DHL hit the spot with commendable precision, lowering the yellow charger on to the stage direct from the hold.
Robbie Marsland, director of the International Fund for Animal Welfare, said: "Activists will take matters into their own hands and stage direct action if the government doesn't do the sensible thing and back down.