Conductor [noun]

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The deadly Rice Fire in 2007 was caused by a Sycamore branch falling on overhead SDG&E conductors igniting a huge brush fire.

Like any good conductor, however, the Kennedy Center pivoted gracefully, transforming a portion of the REACH outdoor space into Victura Park.

As Hastings writes, Netflix is less like a perfectly synchronized orchestra, with a conductor directing how musicians should hit a note or hold a beat.

Janssen’s Thakkar, who sees himself as a conductor of sorts, reflected, “The value is in the data, but the power is in the orchestration of customer engagement using traditional and predictive insights.”

I will be a conductor of an orchestra, and the classroom will be my concert hall again.

With unbreathing silence, and a heart into which all that was man within him was summoned, he followed his conductor.

A car conductor is instructed to treat passengers civilly and to use no harsh means with them, save in extreme cases.

His principal surely would not be liable, though the conductor doubtless would be.

The cylinder and steam-pipes were surrounded with sawdust about 20 inches in thickness, as a non-conductor of heat.

Do not continually pester either your companion or the conductor with questions, such as "Where are we now?"