DIRECTORY , a
See also:term meaning literally that which guides or directs, and. so applied to a
See also:book or set of rules giving directions for public worship . The directorium or ordo of the
See also:Church contains regulations as to the Mass and
See also:office to be used on each
See also:day throughout the
See also:year, and the word is found in the Directory for the Publick Worship of
See also:drawn up in 1644 at the
See also:Assembly . The term now usually signifies a book containing the names, addresses and occupations, &c. of the inhabitants of a
See also:town or
See also:district, or of a similar
See also:list of the users of a telephone supply, or of the members of a particular profession or
See also:trade . The name Directoire or Directory was given to the
See also:body which held the executive power in France from
See also:October 1795 until
See also:November 1799 (see FRENCH REVOLUTION) .
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