reconduct

Related to reconduct: reckon, fluctuates, reminiscing, look back on

reconduct

(ˌriːkənˈdʌkt)
vb (tr)
to conduct (something or someone) again
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"I will call some one to reconduct you," said the king.
Tupman had already signalised himself, in form and manner following: first, the fat boy fetched from a peg behind the old lady's bedroom door, a close black satin bonnet, a warm cotton shawl, and a thick stick with a capacious handle; and the old lady, having put on the bonnet and shawl at her leisure, would lean one hand on the stick and the other on the fat boy's shoulder, and walk leisurely to the arbour, where the fat boy would leave her to enjoy the fresh air for the space of half an hour; at the expiration of which time he would return and reconduct her to the house.
It's only a word or two"- and after a whispered confabulation of no more than a minute, reconduct him to the door and shake hands ceremoniously.
Of the twenty musketeers who had accompanied the king, ten reconducted Monsieur to the reception-rooms, which were not yet empty, notwithstanding the king had retired.
Says he feels as if it was groves!' Mrs Chivery shook her head again, put her apron in a motherly way to her eyes, and reconducted her visitor into the regions of the business.
The prisoner whom you there see pale, agitated, and alarmed, instead of -- as is the case when a curtain falls on a tragedy -- going home to sup peacefully with his family, and then retiring to rest, that he may recommence his mimic woes on the morrow, -- is removed from your sight merely to be reconducted to his prison and delivered up to the executioner.
Previously to the occurrence of the scene at the “Bold Dragoon,” Elizabeth had been safely reconducted to the mansion-house, where she was left as its mistress, either to amuse or employ herself during the evening as best suited her own inclinations.
Laporte in order to be reconducted to the Louvre, should be running about the streets of Paris at half past eleven at night, at the risk of being abducted a second time?
He was then reconducted by the little staircase, instead of passing through the ante-chamber where D'Artagnan was waiting.
To investigate this possibility, I reconduct the analysis, extending the Taylor rule to include a trade-related variable that may affect how open economies conduct monetary policy, as suggested by previous studies (Faia and Monacelli, 2008, and De Paoli, 2009, among others)--the real exchange rate.
The commercial director revealed that the company is preparing to launch a new residential and touristic project in Borg El Arab, Alexandria, on 140 feddan, noting that Yafa Mac will reconduct the new project's feasibility study and pricing units.
It will be recalled that Thursday AVM Okorodudu had dragged APC to an Abuja High Court over alleged misdemeanour in the conduct of the primaries that brought forth Dr Uduaghan as Delta South Senatorial candidate of the APC in a Court Judgement Order (Suit No.: FCT/HC/CV/017/18), APC was ordered to reconduct the primaries under the watchful eyes of INEC.