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lead someone or something (away) (from someone or something)

to direct or guide someone or something away from someone or something. The officer led the victim's wife away from the accident. The trainer led away the dog from the other animals. We led them away.

lead

/take down the garden path
To mislead or deceive (another).
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In the dining room there is a timer framed leaded light style bay window to the front and a decorative Adam style fireplace with marble hearth and surround.
Three windows, one with leaded lights, let the light flood in and there are French doors too together with a hardwood stable style door that has a coloured glass inset.
regions that fail to meet clean air standards for airborne lead; all either contained or were near airports where leaded avgas is the norm.
Tons of lead dust were released between 1950 and 1985 in urban areas by vehicles using leaded gasoline, and improper handling of lead-based paint also has contributed to contamination.
These alloys can be used as direct replacements for leaded red and yellow brasses in casting applications.
The second bedroom also has a double glazed leaded bay window to the rear of the property and a spiral staircase leading to the attic room, which has lights, power and a Velux window.
On the first floor, approached by a wide turning staircase with dramatic leaded window at half landing, the spacious central landing provides access to five large bedrooms, a family bathroom, separate WC and a linen room.
It also boasts three well proportioned bedrooms and a first floor bathroom which has low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, panel bath with ceramic splashback tiling, hot water radiator and double glazed window with leaded lights.
A PUB chain was landed with an pounds 11,000 fine yesterday after illegally ripping out historic, leaded windows in a 17th-century building.
Firstly, there will be a loss of about two 'octane numbers' from the older four-star leaded and the LRP that replaced it and ignition timing might have to be reset to avoid a tendency to detonation.
Until recently, nearly all household kitchen and bathroom faucets were constructed of 2 to 7 percent leaded brass.
In this regard, McGrayne profiles Clair Patterson, who discovered that leaded gasoline was polluting the planet and spearheaded efforts to curtail the use of tetraethyl lead.
Twelve African nations have committed to phase out leaded petroleum fuel, and nine countries--Cape Verde, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Ghana, Mauritania, Mauritius, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Sudan--have already switched entirely to unleaded fuel.
It is now undertaking an initiative to achieve a global leaded gasoline phase-out for the rest of the developing world and economies in transition, with the goal of eliminating leaded petrol worldwide by 2008.
As for the notion that adding shredder capacity in the United States would reduce the amount of monitors and other electronic scrap shipped to developing countries, Ingenthron says that end markets for the leaded glass found in computer monitors are minimal.