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  • noun Plural form of ductor.


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  • Their con ductors, or "cads", had a reputation for violence and obscenity which lingers in the word to this day.

    Royal Flash Fraser, George MacDonald, 1925- 1970

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  • Animal and vegetable substances in general, are very bad, con - ductors: thus the hair and wool of animals, and the feathers of birds, are admirably fitted to protect them from the cold, and they inclose and retain air, which being a still worse conductor, enhances the effect.

    Elements of Chemical Philosophy: Part 1, Vol.1 Humphry Davy, Sir Humphry Davy 1812

  • ■,, 1 TIT i • etc., amended. acts 01 the year eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, as amended by chapter ninety-nine of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and eighty, is hereby further amended by inserting in the fifth line, after the word "con - ductors", the word: — motormen, — so as to read as follows: — Section 1.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court 1663

  • The board of selectmen of the town of Win - chester shall have exclusive authority to order and to cause to be removed from above the surface of Common street in said town all telegraph or telephone and electric light, elec - tric motor and power, and all other wires, cables or con - ductors in said street and above the surface thereof, together with all poles and structures in said street used for the sup - port of such wires, cables or conductors, and to order and to cause all such wires, cables and conductors to be placed, and thereafter maintained and operated, in underground conduits.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court 1663

  • .. ductors within that section of Boston as bounded in section two of this act.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court 1663

  • All the wires, cables, con - ductors, poles and structures aforesaid within the section above specified, other than such as are hereinafter specifi - cally excepted, shall be removed or placed underground within the five calendar years next following the designa - tion of the officer or officers provided for in section one of this act; provided that such permits as are necessary are granted in due season so that the work may be completed within the time provided; it being the purpose of this act to cause the removal from the streets in said section of all

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court 1663

  • And in the streets or parts of streets so designated all of said wires, cables and con - ductors, except such as are hereinafter excepted, shall, as regards those parts of] \ [ain street, Montello street and Centre street in which the work is to be done first, be removed or placed underground during the three calendar etc. Acts, 1907. —

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court 1663


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