- conductivity water,
- conductometric titration,
- condylar canal,
- condylar emissary vein,
- condylar fossa
Origin of conduit
Examples from the Web for conduit
The group, which was founded in 2001, uses an American nonprofit as conduit for donations.How U.S. Taxpayers Are Subsidizing The Defense Of Palestinian Teen’s Alleged Killers|ProPublica|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“We view our role as simply a conduit to connect voters with information,” Bates said.21-Year-Old Millionaire Buys His Way to Political Influence|Matthew DeLuca|October 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He was the conduit through which hundreds of people knew one another and kept in touch and up to date with each other.
Hezbollah might collapse, without Syria as a conduit for arms from Iraq.
It's just a conduit for the Romney campaign to reach the public, and indeed for Romney himself.
Then she went to London, taking lodgings with an old servant of Mrs. Martineau's, who lived in Conduit street.Harriet Martineau|Florence Fenwick Miller
It was not unusual, for instance, to see dead bodies washed before burial in the conduit of drinking water!The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
The conduit layers on the night shift laid up half the 4-way conduits (3-high) and one-third of the single ducts (4-high).
The conduit on the top has retained its shape and traces of the cement with which it was lined.
Forced draught, or in many cases, hot blast, is supplied from fans through a conduit commanding the whole of the cells.