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  • v  be conducive to

  • The uncertainty as to what fabrics will be in demand and irregularity in prices all conduce to a most conservative attitude on the part of buyers.
  • But the picture does not conduce to flying.
  • Contributing, too, are some settings of pleasing architectural design and some costumes that cry for color but still conduce to a delicate mood.

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