conduct

(from the article `mental disorder`) These are the most common psychiatric disorders in older children and adolescents, accounting for nearly two-thirds of disorders in those of age 10 ... ...to reflect on the best way to live. This reflective stage emerged long after human societies had developed some kind of morality, usually in the ....
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conduct

(kon´dukt) behavior.
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Conduct

(Lat. conducere, to bring together) (a) Voluntary behavior of any sort, actual or intended. Action for which a person may he held responsible. Subject-matter of ethics which seeks to determine right and wrong action or proper and improper conduct. Deportment. (b) In psychology. Behavior of a living organism reacting to environmental stimuli. See B....
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conduct

[v] - direct the course of 2. [v] - transmit or serve as the medium for transmission, as of sounds or images 3. [v] - lead musicians in the performance of 4. [v] - lead, as in the performance of a musical composition
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Conduct

• (n.) Convoy; escort; guard; guide. • (n.) To lead, or guide; to escort; to attend. • (v. i.) To act as a conductor (as of heat, electricity, etc.); to carry. • (n.) The act or method of conducting; guidance; management. • (n.) The manner of guiding or carrying one`s self; personal deportment; mode of action; behavior. &bu...
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conduct

transmit verb transmit or serve as the medium for transmission; `Sound carries well over water`; `The airwaves carry the sound`; `Many metals conduct heat`
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Conduct

Con·duct' (kŏn*dŭkt') transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Conducted ; present participle & verbal noun Conducting .] [ See Conduct , noun ] 1. To lead, or guide; to escort;...
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Conduct

Con·duct' intransitive verb 1. To act as a conductor (as of heat, electricity, etc.); to carry. 2. To conduct one's self; to behave. [ U. S.]
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Conduct

Con'duct (kŏn'dŭkt) noun [ Late Latin conductus defense, escort, from Latin conductus , past participle of conducere . See Conduce , and confer Conduit .] 1. The act or method of conducting; guidance; management. « Christianity has humani...
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conduct

behave in a certain manner
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conduct

conduct 1. The action of conducting or leading; guidance, leading. 2. Provision for guidance or conveyance; a company of attendants appointed to conduct a person safely on a journey; an escort, a convoy; a document granted to ensure safe passage; especially in `safe conduct`. 3. As a verb, the action or manner of conducting, directing, managing, or...
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conduct

direct the course of; manage or control
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conduct

direct the course of; manage or control
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conduct

direct the course of; manage or control
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Conduct

Old name for a sunny mountain slope (heap) or pending vineyard. This is still in many Hall- and Ried name contain. In Austria, for example, these are the vineyards Achleiten (Wachau), Hundsleiten (Weinviertel), Sonnleiten (Weinviertel) and Steinleiten (Wachau), as well as in South Tyrol the Bozner Leiten, The term is from Middle High German Leit (o...
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Conduct

The ability of two conductors separated by a dielectric to store electricity when a potential difference exists between the conductors.
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conduct

the way a person behaves toward other people
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conduct

transmit or serve as the medium for transmission
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