поведение; образ действий; вед`ение; вед`ение дела; руководство; управление;
вести; сопровождать; эскортировать; водить; развозить; руководить; проводить; управлять; дирижировать; проводить тепло; служить проводником; экскортировать
- The offence is committed where a person recklessly engages in conduct which places another person in danger of death or serious bodily injury.
- CODE OF CONDUCT DEMANDED TO MAKE MANAGERS ACCOUNTABLE
- Here the governors' role is crucial because of their responsibility for the overall conduct and ethos of the school.
- We have deliberately presented him as never at any point appealing to a principle of conduct.
- The rules will be drawn up by the Law Society "having regard" to suggestions made by a new lay-dominated independent advisory committee on legal education and conduct.
- In one conduct manual, we read:
- The following day, Mike Murray, the Middlesex chairman, fined Ramprakash the maximum allowable figure and warned him as to his future conduct.
- Researchers rarely conduct research with a finished model of the causal process they want to test in mind.
- They conduct their experiments in a vacuum, as air freezes at these low temperatures and would contaminate the samples.
- Sometimes the sheriff, that medieval "maid-of-all-work", was called in to restrain the oppressive conduct of the Forest wardens.
- Only once, after the war in La Scala, but he came to conduct the Philharmonia Orchestra in London and I prepared the orchestra for those concerts.
- Astra refuses to conduct further rat studies with lower doses of ranitidine, saying that this is Glaxo's job.
- But as inspector of constabulary he would be responsible for its proper conduct.