conduct in

conduct in

To direct, lead, or guide someone or something into a particular place or area. A noun or pronoun can be used between "conduct" and "in." Could you please you conduct everyone in for the performance? A guard stood conducting in cars after checking their security clearance.
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Although the officers involved in Wilson were granted qualified immunity, the decision of the Court in that case makes the law in this area "clearly established" and, thus, the defense of qualified immunity will not be available to officers involved in similar conduct in the future.
We are keen to those people are dressing up clowns so we can to them about their conduct Ins Stephen Wykes He said: "There has only been a handful of these incidents, which we think have been inspired by a trend in America, but we are keen to stop them before they cause anyone else further distress.
with keen to on the thin"We are keen to identify those people who are dressing up as clowns so we can speak to them about their conduct Ins Stephen Wykes
Ever since, in order to conduct ins, apply operations, move casualties, report for meetings, and rebuild bombed-out power plants, soldiers have had to drive or fly between them, providing the insurgents plenty of opportunities for hit-and-rim attacks and forcing American commanders to devote a great deal of manpower to force protection.