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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.
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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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While not directly addressing the issue, the Supreme Court reminded courts that so long as the searches themselves are reasonable, it will not inquire into the actual motivations of officers conducting them.
The company also is conducting more shared-cost studies, such as a one-time study spotlighting an issue such as incidence of and measures used to prevent and control specific animal diseases.
The discovery of conducting polymers has been regarded as so important that it was recognized with the 2000 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (SN: 10/14/00, p.
If we did not, when do we plan on conducting a basis study--keeping in mind the record retention issue and the added risks for delay?
The first two movements are filled with terror, Bernstein's conducting miraculously mirroring Mahler's personal drama and neurotic swings of feeling; the famed adagietto trembles with heartfelt emotion, the mood of tenderness increasing when the orchestra swells in volume.
This includes making certain that the bank is subject to comprehensive consolidated supervision in its home country, reviewing the bank's global anti-money laundering procedures, and conducting background checks with U.
The following steps are recommended when conducting focus groups (Morgan, 1988; Stewart & Shamdasani, 1990):
At Globe Valve this is accomplished by the following procedures: * Conducting a start-up testing program
Inco has actually been conducting free-fall safety tests on its cages away from the shaft since 1940.
NOTION Conducting Revolutionizes the Learning Experience
Although this type of study has many of the methodologic difficulties associated with classical epidemiology studies, such as confounding variables and bias, and some additional medical concerns, such as conducting the research in the field rather than in a clinical setting, it creates less of an ethical problem than an intentional dosing study because the subjects are already exposed to pesticides in their daily lives.
Conducting biomonitoring projects at the order or family level using genus-level guides does not make sense and represents a disconnect between the identification resources available to educators and the goal of generating high quality, student-derived data.
Although the self-policing process differs in every department, all internal disciplinary programs share four common elements: establishing a code of conduct; conducting internal investigations; adjudicating misconduct; and reporting on the disciplinary process.