Stopping mod_rewrite on certain directories?

I have a mod_rewrite script that changes query string URLs into directories. The problem is I just added a real directory, and mod_rewrite confuses it with a query string URL. Is there a way to say if the url is requesting /thisdirectory/ or anything in /thisdirectory/ to just go to that directory?
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caterham_wwwCommented:
RewriteRule ^directory  - [L]

above your RewriteRules to skip them.
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NickMaton12757Author Commented:
That makes www.MyDomain.com/directory/ work, but it still doesn't like www.MyDomain.com/directory/admin
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caterham_wwwCommented:
The regEx uis open to rthe right side, so it should catch every filepath starting with directory. Do you have othr .htaccess files in place? Check the RewriteLog.
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