In the early 1990s she decided on a change of direction.
So, I am not quite sure what she means by a change of direction.
However, the way things were now moving, there was a major change of direction.
Now it was moving three feet with each change of direction.
Is this change of direction on your part actually a problem?
The police thought it was the change of direction that they expected.
They don't continue on in the same way; there is a change of direction.
It does not allow us to bring about a change of direction in energy policy.
This is a change of direction that also makes us want to see the human rights agency quickly put in place.
A front could be developed to demand a change of direction.
We made a turn and the blanket-wrapped thing on the floor shifted with the direction change.
Geologists believe that the Chattooga may have made one direction change during its life.
You'd never call the 940 incisive; it's not a car to be rushed into a direction change.
A dashboard-mounted lever allows the driver to make easy direction changes.
He could see where all the courses led, what lay at the end of every decision path, and in which direction changes would alter them.
As an example, on a 300 m (984 ft) vertical course, there would be between 33 and 45 direction changes for an adult race.
A spokesman for the city's Transportation Department said the direction change was routine and should have been expected.
One year and a half after the direction change, the company was already profitable.
It follows that transitions in which the spin "direction" changes are forbidden.
The dance direction changes after the tap or fourth step.