English words and Examples of Usage
use "conducive" in a sentence
Some environments are particularly conducive
to health benefit
In the same year the Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Company launched a branch for its wire
products, and the Western Brick and Tile Company found gale
wood's superior clay soil conducive
Sirrion is chaotic, but does not condone
random destruction; instead, change should produce something new.
Although Sky does not condone
the use of its viewing cards outside the UK or ire
land, and has the technology to render them invalid, many people continue to use them.
In response, Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora denied any knowledge of the raid and stated that he did not condone
While some of the former band members are german as reported in the media, none of us condone
any Nazi beliefs whatsoever.
At this point, the government accepted the memoir itself, but did not condone
public discussion of Alleg's claims and situation.
Most people understand that the person who has their
name associated with the programme does not necessarily condone
Options will also be made available to those who wish their
donation to benefit institution
s which do not condone
But his admiration for Mugabe as a true African nationalist
and Pan-Africanist remains intact; a position that does not sit well with some of his critics although he does not condone despot
ic rule as he clearly states in his writings.
TFI leadership has maintained that they did not sanction or condone
the sexual abuse of children, and that government-led investigations and court cases did not find evidence of abuse in the 750 children they examined.
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