Definitions for "Conductor"
One who, or that which, conducts; a leader; a commander; a guide; a manager; a director.
The leader or director of an orchestra or chorus.
A grooved sound or staff used for directing instruments, as lithontriptic forceps, etc.; a director.
Keywords:  busbar, copper, easily, wire, electric
One in charge of a public conveyance, as of a railroad train or a street car.
A substance or body capable of being a medium for the transmission of certain forces, esp. heat or electricity; specifically, a lightning rod.
An electric current-carrying material; the conductive element in an electrical wire.
Keywords:  fare, ticket, bus, crew, passengers
the person in charge of the train's passengers, doing things such as taking tickets.
the person who collects fares on a public conveyance
a person who sells and checks tickets on a bus, tram or train
The higher of the two appointments within the Warrant Officer rank in the EIC/Indian Army, the lower being that of Sub-Conductor . Conductors and Sub Conductors worked mainly in the Ordnance, Commissariat and Public Works Departments. Conductors were eligible for promotion to the higher grade of Departmental Officer.
Conductor (Cdr) is an appointment held by a few selected Warrant Officers Class 1 in the Royal Logistic Corps and is the most senior appointment that can be held by a warrant officer in the British Army. The appointment was also reintroduced into the Royal Australian Army Ordnance Corps for selected Warrant Officers Class 1 in 2005.
one who helped escaping persons move from station to station on the Railroad
A railroad employee in charge of train or yard movement.
A person who helped fleeing slaves on the Underground Railroad.
The person who looks after a particular ring. They say when to go & stop, and may put bobs and singles in. They will also hopefully put people right when they are wrong.
Used to describe anything in the ground more conductive than the surrounding geology. Conductors are most often clays or graphite, or hopefully some type of mineralization, but may also be man-made objects, such as fences or pipelines.
This word described applied to a person who undertook a contract for any purpose (e.g., a construction job, collection of taxes, a lease, etc). When applied to baths, it generally denotes the manager of an establishment, possibly more remote than a balneator, but occasionally synonymous with him. The rights and duties of the conductor of a bathhouse are most fully explained in the lex Metallum Vipascense, a charter from an imperial mining community in Spain detailing the regulations for the lease of the bathhouse there ( CIL 2.5181 = ILS 6891). It is a moot point how generally applicable these regulations are.
Conductor is an album and movie by North Carolina indie rock band The comas. Brent Bonacorsa directed the movie portion and it stars the lead singer Andy Herod and his ex-girlfriend Michelle Williams of Dawson's Creek fame. The DVD also features a new song in the middle called Bad Connexion, and a hidden easter egg.
Keywords:  mezzo, gotten, somehow, baton, talent
A talent-challenged mezzo-performer who has somehow gotten hold of a baton. (see, "Talent-challenged"; "Mezzo-performer")
Keywords:  pcb, path, foil, traces, single
Single conductive path in a conductive pattern.
A single conductive path formed in the conductive foil.
A thin conductive area on a PCB surface or internal layer usually composed of lands (to which component leads are connected) and paths (traces).
Name given to abolitionists who guided escape slaves between safe houses.
Keywords:  alchemist, gold, rock, turn
an alchemist who can turn rock to gold
A integer associated with an elliptic curve that contains information about the reduction of the curve at any prime number.
Confidence Monitoring Conform
an object that absorbs heat and distributes it evenly; one example is metal
Keywords:  traces, composed, circuit, thin, board
A thin conductive area on a printed circuit board surface of internal layer usually composed of lands and traces.
Keywords:  string, well, casing, first
the first casing string in a well.
A component whose primary function is to contain and direct fluid.
Keywords:  earn, professional, living, his, man
a professional man who earn his living conducting