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indirect

/in·di·rect/ (in″di-rekt´)
1. not immediate or straight.
2. acting through an intermediary agent.

indirect

done through an intermediate animal or function.

indirect advertising
advertising about the veterinary profession which indirectly benefits individual veterinarians.
indirect comparisons
comparisons made between individuals or groups in different locations.
indirect contact
see indirect contact.
indirect fluorescent antibody
see fluorescence microscopy.
indirect repeat
indirect selection
improving one character while selecting on another.
indirect social distance
social distance is distance between contacts in an infectious disease; indirect social distance is distance between indirect contacts.
indirect transmission of infection
transmission of infection via another medium, e.g. housing or bedding, without the animals ever being close to each other.
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How many people do you think he was responsible for killing indirectly by planting the thoughts of violence and no surrender in the heads of people who had no more sense?
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Primary muscles either directly or indirectly engaged: hamstrings, gluteals, abdominals, and low back.
It recommended that the combination rule be expanded to include separate units that are owned directly or indirectly by domestic corporations that are members of the same consolidated group, as well as dual resident corporations.
under which the bank will engage directly or indirectly in making residential mortgage loans with the following loan terms:
Indirectly it is a challenge to the Ministry of Northern Development.
That provision states, "No revenue of the state or any political subdivision or agency thereof shall ever be taken from the public treasury directly or indirectly in aid of any church, sect or religious denomination or in aid of any sectarian institution.
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1843(k)(4)(H)) and this subpart authorize a financial holding company, directly or indirectly and as principal or on behalf of one or more persons, to acquire or control any amount of shares, assets or ownership interests of a company or other entity that is engaged in any activity not otherwise authorized for the financial holding company under section 4 of the Bank Holding Company Act.