well-conducted love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Properly led; under good conduct: as, a well-conducted expedition.
  • Characterized by good conduct; acting well or properly; well-behaved: as, a well-conducted person or community.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective characterized by good organization and control

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Examples

  • "When antioxidant supplementation has been directly tested in large, controlled, well-conducted human clinical trials, the whole thing was clearly disappointing, to the point of some trials having to be halted due to increased incidence of cancer among the antioxidant treated participants," Collado says.

    Arlene Weintraub: Anti-Aging Ice Cream? Stop the Presses!

  • Andrea adds this link, which says the study is “thorough and well-conducted” and “supported by a body of research.”

    ProWomanProLife » A Canadian study on abortion risks

  • "When antioxidant supplementation has been directly tested in large, controlled, well-conducted human clinical trials, the whole thing was clearly disappointing, to the point of some trials having to be halted due to increased incidence of cancer among the antioxidant treated participants," Collado says.

    Arlene Weintraub: Anti-Aging Ice Cream? Stop the Presses!

  • This was a well-conducted study and its findings should be fairly reliable.

    An easier way to detect ‘white-coat’ hypertension

  • I've noticed lately that many literary weblogs are indeed trying out more ambitious ways of engaging with current books and writing -- longer reviews, shorter but pithier reviews, well-conducted interviews with authors (Robert Birnbaum obviously, but Mark Sarvas's interview with Andrew Sean Greer could also serve as a model of the form), extended commentary of various sorts -- but reattaching criticism to literature needn't take place only in blogs.

    Principles of Literary Criticism

  • I myself have found well-conducted interviews helpful if limited for gaining further insight intoa writer's work -- what the writer has to say needs to be heard, but it is by no means the final word in the critical consideration of that work.

    Secondary Sources

  • I myself have found well-conducted interviews helpful if limited for gaining further insight intoa writer's work -- what the writer has to say needs to be heard, but it is by no means the final word in the critical consideration of that work.

    February 2010

  • Unfortunately, most interviews, especially in the popular press, are not well-conducted and amount to no more than chitchat.

    February 2010

  • Unfortunately, most interviews, especially in the popular press, are not well-conducted and amount to no more than chitchat.

    Secondary Sources

  • Peter White, a professor of psychological medicine at the Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary University of London, said: "This well-conducted study shows that schoolchildren who miss school without explanation fall between the stools of school and the health service, and do so for two main reasons: emotional ill-health and chronic fatigue syndrome CFS."

    Study warns of higher ME rates among pupils

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