- condorcet, marie jean antoine nicolas caritat, marquis de,
- conduct disorder,
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That personality is not conducive to getting things done in Washington, at least not the Washington of today.
So much so that it could actually be conducive to Palestinians demanding the vote en masse, with their fate at stake.
The Istanbul meeting was to “test if there was a conducive environment for serious discussion.”Iran’s Tone Changes in Istanbul: Nuke Talks ‘Constructive and Useful’|Michael Adler|April 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It has taken a while for people to realize that the atmosphere on the Hill is not conducive to getting anything done there.
Times are not at all conducive for new talks with Palestinians.
He enjoyed these after-dinner naps, and the place was conducive to them.The Rival Campers Ashore|Ruel Perley Smith
There is no institution so conducive to right and high habits of physical and moral life as the home.
It suffices to show that it is not only to the moderns that we have to look for dainty verse that is conducive to a light heart.The Treasury of Ancient Egypt|Arthur E. P. B. Weigall
If so, sexual selection must be conducive to the stability of species.Birds of the Plains|Douglas Dewar
The food (iron rations), corned beef and biscuits and tea, and sometimes a little jam, is not conducive to mirth-producing.In the Line of Battle|Various