Did you mayhaps mean conducive?
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“Readers will note that they not only sell it in quantities most especially useful for parish churches, but also in smaller quantities for those who wish to burn incense at home -- which, incidentally, is a practice which can be very condusive to setting a climate of prayer, or to mark a feast day.”
“Hyperexclusive" refers to goods that are condusive to discriminatory pricing, and permit "Lindahl" pricing, which extracts all of the consumer surplus by charging each consumer at his own demand level.”
“The state regulations here are very bizarre and condusive to promote bad sportsmanship by making it extremely difficult for hunters.”
“But at other times, no such division of labor is possible, and the only occupations condusive to survival are (1) farmer and (2) fighter, and the only human organizations that can endure are farmers guarded by fighters.”
“It is easy than in the past as I have a fully equiped gym at work for when the conditions outside are not condusive to running.”
“Just because people have the right to vote, unfortunately, does not mean they will exercise this great privilege in a manner condusive to welfare of the their country's future.”
“If we really was going to "fix" healthcare it would of started with congress working on legislation that actually could pass. the best way to fix healthcare woulda been to create an atmosphere condusive for businesses to create good jobs and thus healthcare.”
“Ironically, the advances in measuring technology goes hand in hand with poorer placement as new highly accurate sensors are placed by necessity in locations that are more condusive to delivering power to them than accuracy.”
“That's partly because my very small studio has not be condusive to developing ideas.”
“For those who are on VRE, while you get a good hour to yourself, the seats are entirely non-condusive to sleeping … which with a young family was precisely what I did with my one-hour commute.”
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