conduct away

conduct (someone or something) away

To move someone or something away from someone or something else. Go out and conduct the kids away from the pool. I was quick to conduct the dog away from the stray cat.
See also: away, conduct

conduct someone away (from someone or something)

to lead someone away from someone or something. The usher conducted the gentleman away from the front of the auditorium. Can you conduct Fred away from the area? Please conduct him away.
See also: away, conduct
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The primary MOSFET was mounted flat onto the PCB to conduct away more of its heat.
The 23-year-old has an exciting style, has, to date, passed every ring test and his conduct away from the sport is exemplary.
The Giants have made few comments about the 29-year-old forward's fall from favour - in fact since November they have only confirmed his suspension for "conduct away from the field", announced his subsequent transfer-listing and finally stated that the player was on his way for an undisclosed fee.
Huddersfield have given no explanation for their decision, other than to say they are carrying out an internal investigation into his "conduct away from the club".
"The US and its collation have decided to conduct away from an authorization by the UN Security Council, and they don't try to get a permission to shell the Syrian lands, Churkin said in an interview with Russian RT TV, considering this as a serious problem for Russia.
"At this time, to the best of our knowledge, the arrest concerns alleged conduct away from school, outside of school hours, and not involving any District 155 students or other staff members," the email said.
"They do not touch sex and politics but consciously tackle religious conduct away from the fundamentals of faith, to deliver a message that religious clerics are not angels, but humans prone to mistakes," he said.
"They do not touch sex and politics," he continued, "but consciously tackle religious conduct away from the fundamentals of faith, to deliver a message that religious clerics are not angels, but humans prone to mistakes." -- AFP
These stars are held in high esteem more than ever since the arrival of television and have a responsibility to set a good example in their conduct away from, as well as in front of, the camera.
There are also still a lot of issues on the safety side with electromagnetic hazards like lighting strikes, because the material doesn't conduct away electrical energy."
And it is plainly more than a coincidence that it is the rug by team - the team whose conduct away from the pitch is above reproach - which is the successful one.
Concerning the return of Suffo and Doyle, who have completed three-match bans for violent conduct away to Preston North End, Black said: 'It will be good to get them back because the more competition we have in the side the better.'
We have selected silver flake (or tin flake for preparing sulfides since sulfides reacts with silver) as a mounting medium since they have good electrical conductivity, bleed the charge and help to conduct away the heat generated from the electron beam sample interaction and do not add an excessive number of peaks to the x-ray spectrum at analysis time.
If we do not constrain ourselves thinking that high-current-carrying traces should be a constant width, we open up all kinds of opportunities to change the width to help conduct away heat.
Ferres was suspended by the Giants in November pending an investigation into "conduct away from the field" and was subsequently disciplined and placed on the transfer list.