[ kon-dwit, -doo-it, -dyoo-it, -dit ]SEE DEFINITION OF conduits
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And now some benefactors to these conduits shall be remembered.

William Combes, sheriff, 1441, gave to the work of the conduits ten pounds.

These are still in successful operation, as are also the conduits at the Forum.

And under the mountour are conduits of beverage that they drink in the emperor's court.

These conduits were the frequent scenes of punishments for misdeeds and executions.

We read how, in mediæval days, conduits were made to flow with claret.

In tile-drains, tiles or pipes of burnt clay are used for forming the conduits.

Tankerwoman, “water-bearer, one who carried water from the conduits.”

Near by was a typical Inca fountain with three stone spouts, or conduits.

And beside the conduits are many vessels of gold, with which they that are of the household drink at the conduit.