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lead (someone or an animal) to something

to guide someone or an animal to something or some place. Would you lead Paul to the place where the trunks are kept? The cat is so old that we had to lead her to her food.
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lead to

v.
1. To guide someone to something or someone: Our teacher led the children to the museum. This path leads to the other side of the forest.
2. To have something as a goal or result: Exercise leads to better health.
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Epidemiologic studies have identified the major environmental contributors of lead to children's blood and provided the basis for establishing health-based residential standards for maximum limits of lead on floors, windows wells and sills, and soils.
In that case, one would expect more lead to slip past the kidneys and into the bloodstream, Kim says.
Eloqua's combination of lead generation, marketing analytics, website traffic tracking and CRM integration enables a frictionless flow through the entire sales cycle, all the way from "hot" lead to happy customer.
However, child advocates point out that this ignores the fact that lead was left in exterior paint for another 25 years, and that exterior paint still posed a threat, by both being used indoors and adding lead to outdoor soil.
They found that women who never had children -- and therefore never shed significant bone and bone-bound lead to developing offspring -- carry far more lead into old age than those who had been pregnant.
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After carefully reviewing and approving the group's fundraising proposal on Thursday, the FEC voted unanimously to clear the way for WE LEAD to execute its strategy to raise money for the presumptive Democratic Nominee for U.
These results cannot quantitatively account for the rate of addition of lead to wine in contact with the bathtub, but they indicate that the powdered surface of the bathtub was a source of large quantities of lead.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorizing the addition of its QuickSite(TM) Left Heart Pacing Lead to the system of devices being studied in its RHYTHM ICD (implantable cardioverter defibrillator) cardiac resynchronization clinical study.
It's unlikely that exposure to lead would automatically lead to taking drugs because various sociocultural and psychologic factors are involved in the initiation of drug use, Bardo says.
Electrical impulses are transmitted from the pulse generator through the pacing lead to the cardiac tissue in order to maintain a stable heart rhythm.
blood lead levels [is greater than] 100 [micro]g/dL) to avoid exacerbation of central nervous system toxicity that may result from transient redistribution of lead to the brain during EDTA chelation.
We believe that this alliance will allow US Lead to play an important role with respect to lead testing in real estate transactions.
The scientists chose these young children because they are most susceptible to the deleterious effects of lead poisoning; in addition, their hand-to-mouth activities can lead to ingestion of lead-contaminated dust, and they spend up to eight hours per day in the classrooms.
I consider LEAD to be an active method for client/server development because it guides the developer through the process.