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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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Once the leads have been identified, producers can ask the source for more information about the decision-makers, their business, personal style and interests.
Last summer a senior lead officer spent too much time in my neighborhood.
This gives us another piece in the puzzle linking lead exposure to high blood pressure in adults," Briss says.
Improvements were still needed to compete better with lead in processing and performance properties, concedes Brilliant.
Root Markets operates the premier commodities exchange for trading and monetizing Internet-generated consumer leads.
In their latest work, presented at the 2000 joint conference of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Pediatric Academic Societies in Boston, Needleman's team used X-ray fluorescence technology, to examine bone lead concentrations in roughly 350 youngsters aged 12-18 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, to gauge past exposures.
This study, IDC CMO Advisory Best Practices Series: Marketing's Lead Management Process (IDC document #204760), provides a framework for evaluating the current pitfalls in the lead management process, and highlights best practices and key success factors identified from executive interviews with lead management professionals from 16 leading business-to-business, high technology companies.
Although about one-half of the lead pellets were removed during surgery, the BPb concentration continued to rise and reached a peak value of 62 [micro]g/dL (3.
The reliable identification of the sources of lead exposure to children with blood lead levels above the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guideline of 10 [micro]g/dL (4) is critical to devising effective intervention strategies to reduce their lead intake.
The Medtronic Attain StarFix unipolar lead has a 5-French diameter - smaller than the lead in a common pencil - and is available in 79 cm.
Prioritizes Prospects: Marketers can identify the most actionable leads real-time based on their demographic criteria and their actual interaction with specific content.
ICD leads come in many variations (unipolar versus bipolar, single coil versus dual coil, as well as multiple lengths and other characteristics) to provide a broad range of products to meet physician and patient requirements.
Affinium Leads Enhances Lead Quality, Management and Conversion Rates