|does not direct, does not guide, patient-focused therapy||nondirective|
|(Archaic) act as a model or guide; signal, be trainer or leader||fugle|
|(Grammar) quality of being without a direct object (of a verb)||intransitiveness|
|(Grammar) without a direct object (of a verb)||intransitively|
|(Medicine) of or pertaining to symptomatology, pertaining to the study of symptoms; pertaining to the symptoms of a particular patient or disease||symptomatologic|
|(Medicine) of or pertaining to symptomatology, pertaining to the study of symptoms; pertaining to the symptoms of a particular patient or disease||symptomatological|
|a movement, act of moving, application to a judge or court, indicate, intimate, direct, movement from one note to another, gesture; proposal for discussion; request for a court order (Law); transition from one pitch to another (Musical), passing of sol...||motion|
|a service mark for a type of therapy using vigorous massage to alleviate physical or psychological tension||Rolfing|
|A-Z card file, be listed, catalogue, course list, enter something in catalog, exhibition guide, itemized list, list of books, list of goods for sale, list series of things or events, make a catalog, make an itemized list, prospectus||catalog|
|A.C., da capo, direct current, District Commissioner, District of Columbia||D.C.|
|able to guide itself to target, pertaining to that which goes home, relating to ability to return home||homing|
|able to tolerate difficult circumstances, capable of waiting, one who receives therapy or treatment (medical, psychiatric, etc.), somebody given medical treatment, tolerant, forbearing, long-suffering||patient|
|abnormally preoccupied with something; haunted by feelings of anxiety; excessively focused on, crazy about||obsessed|
|abrupt change in direction, sudden turn, abrupt change of direction, turn abruptly, suddenly change direction, turn away from a direct course||swerve|
|abrupt fall or its sound, bluntly, chubby; full-figured; fattened; frank, sincere, direct, directly, drop abruptly or heavily, fatten up; fluff, make plump, loud fall, loud crash; blow, stroke, hit, with a loud noise, with a thump||plump|
|absolute, pointing down, positively, straightforward, direct; absolute, straightforwardly, directly; absolutely||downright|
|access controller, guard at gate, one who oversees the flow of traffic through a gate; guard; butler; intelligent server that can direct calls to a telephone or computer or another server using computer communications||gatekeeper|
|accommodations for guest or patient, area of sea with shellfish, fix into surrounding surface, form layer, furniture on which to sleep, ground under water, have sexual intercourse with somebody, layer of food, layer of rock, mattress, patch of soil, pi...||bed|
|accompany, attend (in order to guide, protect, guard, etc.), accompanying military vessel or aircraft, go with as escort, hired social partner, man as social partner, person or group of persons who protect or guide; armed guard (of ships, planes, etc.)...||escort|
|accomplish, do, carry out, execute; act, fulfill a role in a show; present; arrange; direct, manage, fulfill an obligation, function or behave, present an artistic work||perform|
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