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conduct a conductor: “more than nature Was ever conduct of,” THE TEMPEST, v. 1. 244 ; “desire some conduct of the lady,” TWELFTH NIGHT, iii. 4. 231 ; “I will be his conduct,” RICHARD II., iv. 1. 157 ; “conduct of my shame,” 2 HENRY VI., ii. 4. 101 ; “fire-eyed fury be my conduct now!” ROMEO AND JULIET, iii. 1. 121 ; “Come, bitter conduct,” ROMEO AND JULIET, v. 3. 116 ; “Extinguishing his conduct,” THE RAPE OF LUCRECE, 313.

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