a procedure in which a statute or amendment proposed by popular petition must receive legislative consideration before being submitted to the voters.
[in-duh-rek-shuh n, -dahy-] /ˌɪn dəˈrɛk ʃən, -daɪ-/ noun 1. action or procedure. 2. a roundabout course or method. 3. a lack of direction or goal; aimlessness: His efforts were marked by indirection and indecisiveness. 4. deceitful or dishonest dealing. /ˌɪndɪˈrɛkʃən/ noun 1. indirect procedure, courses, or methods 2. lack of direction or purpose; aimlessness 3. […]
- Indirect jump
programming A jump via an indirect address, i.e. the jump instruction contains the address of a memory location that contains the address of the next instruction to execute. The location containing the address to jump to is sometimes called a vector. Indirect jumps make normal code hard to understand because the jump target is a […]
noun 1. labor performed, as by maintenance and clerical workers, that is not considered in computing costs per unit of production.
- Indirect labour
noun 1. (commerce) work done in administration and sales rather than in the manufacturing of a product Compare direct labour (sense 1)