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lead someone or something (away) (from someone or something)

to direct or guide someone or something away from someone or something. The officer led the victim's wife away from the accident. The trainer led away the dog from the other animals. We led them away.

lead

/take down the garden path
To mislead or deceive (another).
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Producers can then bring the additional knowledge they have of the industry, and also generate leads from sources that know each other or have similar needs.
Lead contamination in cocoa and cocoa products: isotopic evidence of global contamination.
In other words, older residents of Baltimore--from all socioeconomic and racial groups--who were merely exposed to lead from paint, gasoline, and plumbing have at least as much lead in their bones as people in their 50s who once worked with the metal.
Alchemists found a successful formula to turn lead into gold.
For some time, tin-lead solder--which combines tin and lead has--been widely used for electrical connections because of its electrical and mechanical characteristics.
When it comes to cleaning up, Chicago, which has 70 percent of the state's children who tested positive for higher lead levels, doesn't get its share.
If so, an annual inspection had to be made to correct any lead paint hazards.
The metallurgists contacted two lead smelters that supply ammunition manufacturers in the United States and pored over the smelters' production data.
9 percent certain that lead from ammunition is the culprit, state game officials are clinging to the remaining .
In the last and longest section, Warren discusses pediatric and environmental lead poisoning.
The good news is that blood lead levels continue to decline in children," says Dr.
the effect lead's presence in the charge has on lead recovery;
Approximately 6 percent of all lead ingested or inhaled is deposited in the blood or soft body tissues, such as the kidneys, brain, or other vital organs.
Even suppliers of lead stabilizers see the handwriting on the wall and are developing their own non-lead substitutes.
Lead management tools include lead distribution, automated marketing and reporting.