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  • Conducted the day-to-day business of the Party and the government.
  • This area of study is relatively new and much research continues to be conducted.
  • The difference between the two types lies in how the study is actually conducted.
  • Major studies have been conducted in an effort to establish the cause of death.
  • He was named chief in conduct, in service to others, and in power of memory.
  • Trained as a teacher, she conducted classes for children out of their home.
  • There has been some criticism of the way the studies were conducted.
  • A game can be conducted between two players, or two teams of two, three, or four.
  • Suppose a food election is conducted to determine what to serve at a party.
  • His public conduct does not present itself in quite so amiable a light.
  • By that time he had to conduct sitting on a chair.
  • Non-member countries are not bound by its regulations and conduct their own management programs.
  • During this time economic conditions in Germany were such that he was hardly able to conduct research.
  • Some state that they do not conduct clinical treatment of any kind.
  • This death penalty was also set for conduct that placed another in danger of death.
  • He conducted many live animal experiments after his tour of duty.
  • Often, a literature review is conducted in a given subject area before a research question is identified.
  • When conducting a battle over a body of water, ships are used.
  • The school was one of only three contract pilot schools conducting basic training.
  • The two still cared about each other, but were apart and conducted different professional lives.
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Meaning of conduct

  • verb Direct the course of; manage or control
    You cannot conduct business like this
  • verb Lead, as in the performance of a composition; barenboim conducted the chicago symphony for years"
    conduct an orchestra
  • verb Lead musicians in the performance of
    Bernstein conducted Mahler like no other conductor, she cannot conduct modern pieces