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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 or something) into (some place)

To move or lead someone or something into a particular place or area. Can you conduct the kids into the house for birthday cake? I was quick to conduct the dog into the house when I noticed the stray cat.
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conduct (someone or something) out of (some place)

To move or lead someone or something out of a particular place or area. Can you conduct the kids out of the house for relay races? Once the stray cat was gone, I conducted the dog out of the house for a walk.
See also: conduct, of, out

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

conduct someone into something

 and conduct someone in
to lead someone into something or some place. The usher conducted the gentleman into the hall. The host was pleased to conduct in the guest of honor.
See also: conduct

conduct someone out of something

 and conduct someone out
to lead someone out of something or some place. The usher conducted the gentleman out of the hall. The cop conducted out the gang of rowdy youths.
See also: conduct, of, out
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Scientific studies conducted or funded by the chemical industry have long been acknowledged by government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and the scientific community at large as necessary and valuable contributions to the understanding of potential public health and environmental effects related to the manufacture and use of chemicals [Environmental Defense 1998; Health and Environmental Sciences Institute 2005; U.
While auditors have a professional responsibility to follow up on "fraud indicators," they also are cognizant of the potential for having their findings viewed skeptically if they are the only ones who conducted an investigation.
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Born in Wales forty-five years ago, of Welsh and Indian parentage, Mogrelia has conducted for ballet companies in England, Australia, Norway, Finland, and the Netherlands; last year he made his United States debut with American Ballet Theatre.
Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by Roberto Abbado, presents ``Abbado Conducts Ravel'' featuring violinist Martin Chalifour, Walt Disney Concert Hall, through Nov.
In an abortive investigation conducted in 1954, Tennessee Congressman Carroll Reece exposed elements of the embryonic Gramscian onslaught on American culture.
The Supreme Court has recognized, however, that there are circumstances in which its preference for searches based upon probable cause and conducted under the authority of warrants is impracticable.
Did we ascertain the tax basis of that stock we acquired in the "B" reorganization we conducted X number of years ago?
Disciplinary proceedings that can lead to the censure, disbarment or suspension of practitioners are conducted by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).
Interviews must be conducted with care and an understanding of employment discrimination laws.
The prohibition in paragraph (a)(2) of this section does not apply to any activity, or to the acquisition of control of any company that is engaged only in activities, that the state member bank is permitted to conduct directly and that are conducted on the same terms and conditions that govern the conduct of the activity by the state member bank.
Reference's Bernstein, conducted by Eiji Que, features a newly arranged suite from Candide plus first-time orchestral arrangements of five obscure songs.
The first step in the procedure was the conduct of numerous reference cures, conducted at a mold temperature of 185 [degrees] C.
To underscore its potential utility, this article will describe a series of focus groups conducted in a vocational training and rehabilitation setting.