Conduit

[publisher network and platform] Conduit is a browser hijack and an online platform that allows web publishers to create custom toolbars, web apps, and mobile apps at no cost. Conduit has approximately 260,000 registered publishers who have collectively created content downloaded by more than 250 million end users. Web apps and pieces of co...
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Conduit

In architecture the term conduit applies to both a structure forming a reservoir for water and a narrow passage used for private communication.
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Conduit

[spiritualism] ==October 2010== ...
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Conduit

[channeling] A conduit, in esoterism, and spiritual discourse, is a specific object, person, location, or process (such as engaging in a séance or entering a trance) which allows a person to connect or communicate with a spiritual realm, metaphysical energy, or spiritual entity, or vice versa. The use of such a conduit may be entirely meta...
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Conduit

[horse] Conduit (foaled March 23, 2005 in Ireland) is a retired Thoroughbred racehorse and active sire. In a career that lasted from August 2007 to November 2009 he won seven of his fifteen starts, including four at Group One/Grade I level. In Europe, he won the St. Leger Stakes in 2008 and Britain`s most prestigious weight-for-age race, th...
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conduit

[n] - a passage (a pipe or tunnel) through which water or electric wires can pass
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Conduit

A passive communication systems provider. The definition has relevance in the assessment of ISP liability
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Conduit

A hollow pipe casing through which electric lines run.
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Conduit

Con'duit noun [ French, from Late Latin conductus escort, conduit. See Conduct .] 1. A pipe, canal, channel, or passage for conveying water or fluid. « All the conduits of my blood froze up. Shak. » « This is the fountain of all those bitter wate...
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conduit

A channel. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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conduit

noun a passage (a pipe or tunnel) through which water or electric wires can pass; `the computers were connected through a system of conduits`
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conduit

(kon´doo-it) channel.
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Conduit

• (n.) A pipe, canal, channel, or passage for conveying water or fluid. • (n.) A structure forming a reservoir for water. • (n.) A narrow passage for private communication.
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conduit

(from the article `cave`) ...weathering and surface streams. As a result, much karst drainage is internal. Rainfall flows into closed depressions and down their drains. ...
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conduit

(from the article `tunnels and underground excavations`) ...from the bottom of a vertical shaft or from the end of a horizontal tunnel driven principally for construction access and called an adit. ... ...Parliament authorized the construction of 3.75 miles (6 km) of underground railway between Farringdon Street and Bishop`s Road, Paddi...
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conduit

channel or pipe for conveying water or other fluid or for carrying out certain other purposes, such as protecting electric cables.[1 related articles]
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conduit

conduit 1. A pipe or channel that carries liquid to or from a place. 2. A pipe or tube that covers and protects electrical cables. 3. Someone or something that conveys information; especially, if in secret.
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Conduit

A channel for holding and protecting conductors and cables, made of metal or an insulating material, usually circular in cross section like a pipe. Also referred to as Duct.
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CONDUIT

An underground stream course completely filled with water and under hydrostatic pressure or a circular or elliptical passage inferred to have been such a stream course.
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conduit

A tube for protecting electric wires.
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conduit

Conduit - A medium, or a legal vehicle. Specific to securitisations, this means an entity formed to hold receivables transferred by the originator on behalf of the investors. In pass through structures, an SPV is a mere conduit as it merely represents the collective property and cashflows of the investors. In case of asset-backed commercial paper i...
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conduit

Conduit finance is an extremely popular means for banks to arrange short-term financing for corporate clients in the US and elsewhere. Effectively, these vehicles hold financial assets, such as loans and receivables, which are used as collateral for backing highly rated commercial paper. The banks receive an administrative fee for managing the stru...
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conduit

a part of a closed wiring system of generally circular cross section for insulated conductors and/or cables in electrical or communication installations, allowing them to be drawn in and/or replaced
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conduit

part of a closed wiring system of generally circular cross-section for insulated conductors and/or cables in electrical or communication installations, allowing them to be drawn in and/or replaced NOTE - Conduits should be sufficiently closed-jointed so that the insulated conductors and/or cables can only be drawn in and not inserted laterally.
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conduit

A tubular material used to encase and protect one or more electrical conductors.
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