Direct terms

Direct terms

The price of a unit of foreign currency in domestic currency terms, such as $.9850/Euro for a US resident. See: Indirect terms.
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Direct Terms

In foreign exchange, the expression of a currency in terms of one unit of a different currency. For example, to say there are two U.S. dollars per one British pound is to express the dollar in direct terms to the pound. See also: Indirect terms, Currency pair.
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Look the matter in the face and state it in direct terms."
The men of the Middle Ages often wrote, as we do, in direct terms and of simple things, but when they wished to rise above the commonplace they turned with a frequency which to-day appears astonishing to the devices of abstract personification and veiled meanings.
Greenberg held back from predicting the future in direct terms, but said he is pleased with Chubb's progress and noted company is heading in the right direction regarding rate.
While a no-deal Brexit is seen as tolerable or even desirable by many Brexit supporters within the Conservative Party, Hammond has long supported a softer Brexit, though rarely in such direct terms.
In more direct terms, it doesn't solve any problems." Harrison said he did not include the intelligence agencies in his estimates because their budgets are classified.
For openers, sir William Gage, the panel's chairman, suggests Weston needs to make the BHA's case against Best in clearer, more direct terms. Weston looks aghast.
Acoustic engineers present an introductory text on the physical, mathematical, and technical foundations of the principle elements of audio-frequency sound and vibrations in clear and direct terms. They describe acoustics, vibration, and the associated signal processed in a single volume at a level suitable for students who have graduated with first degrees in engineering, physics, or mathematics or for practicing engineers who have no prior formal training in the field.
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According to Article 14, the new body shall replace the Ministry of Communications and the Central Agency for Information Technology in direct terms of reference, each within the limits assigned to it by law for the body of the terms of reference six months after the issuance of the Executive Regulations of the Authority.
In strong, direct terms, he laments Kennedy's failure in earlier years to stand up to Joseph McCarthy, and guides him through the treacherous shoals of running for president as a religious minority.
Table 1: Elements of Hypnosis Technique Elements Behaviors Induction * Controlled breathing * Progressive relaxation * Guided imagery Deepening * Counting * Suggesting feelings of heaviness or lightness * Suggesting increasing feelings of relaxation Therapeutic Suggestion * Suggestion constructed to address a specific therapeutic goal * May be framed in direct terms or indirect terms Reversal * Counting backwards in conjunction with suggestions to become more and more awake * Behaviors (e.g., taps) used to signal a return to a more typical state of consciousness