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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.
See also: conduct

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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The interview pattern is always from least directed to most directed, but not all types of interviews will be conducted in every study.
At the request of the House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, the Board conducted an investigation to determine if any institution or individual had improperly profited from the errors.
As conducted, this field experience hindered the teaching candidate's development as a teacher.
EPA considered that the incident data were not consistent with results from a human study conducted in 1971 and that they indicated that the animal studies might not be predictive of the human response.
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.
It was announced that in September, last week the test would be conducted but it hasn't been conducted yet.
Furthermore, AAC Qaiser Khan Kundi conducted operation against banners along with Director Peshawar Development Authority (PDA), Imtiaz Saleem in Hayatabad and removed banners violative banners from different roads and streets of the township.
A spokesman for Bahawalpur police said here that following the directives of Home Department and senior police authorities, the police parties conducted search operation in different localities.
Since the first census conducted in 1951 and the last in 1998, Pakistan's population grew four-fold.
The performance audit team followed government auditing standards (the Yellow Book) and conducted the review in a manner consistent with the code of ethics and standards issued by the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions.
And many news sources have hinted that these revelations are merely the "tip of the iceberg" of the size of the actual surveillance conducted against Americans by the same Bush administration that had until December 2005 claimed at least seven times publicly that it sought a court warrant before conducting any search.
Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 363 conducted wind envelope expansion testing of the CH-53D Sea Stallion on board Boxer (LHD 4) in September 2005, right.
41(b) (3) (D), which allows taxpayers to claim 100% (rather than only 65% as under old law) as a "contract research expense" when they pay a small business, university or Federal laboratory for energy research conducted on the payor's behalf.
This work is conducted both directly by companies and indirectly through contracts with and grants to external scientists and research institutions.
In 2004, 345 human resource professionals representing business, industry, and higher education responded to a reference and background check survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management.