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- v. Present participle of conduct.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the way of administering a business
- n. the direction of an orchestra or choir
Sorry, no etymologies found.
They have no bearing whatsoever upon the case; and, further, none of the men of this meeting are clean enough to be prompted by the right motive in conducting such an inquiry.
If this was the logic the police/school used in conducting its search, I suspect the 9th Circuit or the Supremes will express an opposing viewpoint.
The U.S. offshore drilling agency will begin conducting surprise inspections on oil rigs as part of a new aggressive enforcement effort adopted by the Obama ...
The U.S. offshore drilling agency will begin conducting surprise inspections on oil rigs as part of a new aggressive enforcement effort adopted by the Obama administration since the BP oil spill, the agency's head said on Thursday.
Oh! when will my guiding spirit, in conducting me to the daemon, allow me the rest I so much desire; or must I die, and he yet live?
Perhaps we have been too abstract in conducting our business.
I wonder how much was spent in conducting the poll, analysing the information and producing leaflets to provide these particular pearls of wisdom?
Bryan additionally told the Chronicle that “the OSC could hire an outside person to assist in conducting investigations into sexual misconduct.” ...
Where rifle ranges shall have been so established and instructors assigned to duty thereat, the Secretary of War shall be authorized to provide for the issue of a reasonable number of standard military rifles and such quantities of ammunition as may be available for use in conducting such rifle practice.
In turn, the executive has more political capital and thus more maneuverability in conducting the war.
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