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    Usa "lead" in una frase

    lead frasi di esempio

    leads


    lead


    led


    leading


    1. The more leads that you have the more profits you will achieve


    2. Advertising can take place on or off the Internet using newsletters, e-mail automation techniques, or by following leads that are provided by your existing customers


    3. The loss of balance that leads to serious, injury-producing falls can be traced to age-related changes in the brain, diminishing vision, inner ear problems, weakening of the legs and trunk and/or the declining reliability of sensory mechanisms that let the brain know where the limbs are in space


    4. Which leads to the proposition that television may actually have a limited role in heart health "if you watch the right shows and spend your time watching comedies rather than stress-provokers," Miller cautioned


    5. The fjord that leads to the tunnel is a wonderland in itself, great grey cliffs, leaping waterfalls and deep blue water


    6. Practice of Dharma leads to the perfect realisation of essential unity with the Supreme or the final end, the highest good, namely, ‘Moksha’ (liberation)


    7. that leads almost certainly to


    8. She takes him by the hand, leads him to the bed


    9. John sits with five other men on fold-up chairs while a YOUNG PSYCHOLOGIST in a cheap suit leads a session


    10. He walks along a board walkway that leads to the temple


















































































    1. to profit, which lead thee by the way that thou should go


    2. From here a back hall lead into the kitchen and stairs to the back-office chambers deep in the building


    3. On her way back to Yorthops, Ava heard feet on the spiral staircase that lead down to the office levels


    4. Just after the last one, the corridor became a wide and gradual staircase that lead to the floor above and a bridge to a court atop the next building


    5. · In case it is essential to ignore pain, may be temporarily, say while playing a game or attending to a more serious patient, remember that beyond a certain time this could lead to serious body injury to you


    6. Excessive alcohol consumption and side effects from medications can lead to falls, but ongoing problems with instability should be reported to a physician


    7. not lead you beside still waters and lay you down in green


    8. “Very clear,” Johnny said, biting back remarks that would only lead to having to listen to Ackers talk more


    9. On the other hand, pleasurable thoughts and feelings can lead to muscle relaxation and a sense of well being


    10. "I think it would be reasonable for everybody to loosen up, and spend about 15 to 20 minutes a day laughing," said lead researcher Dr


















































































    1. Studies have led to the realization that sexual interest and the need for sexual contact continue throughout the life cycle, although patterns differ somewhat for women and men


    2. He was led up a seemingly endless flight of open backed stairs to a small office


    3. LORD thy God led thee these forty years in the wilderness,


    4. “Hurry up, there’s people inside and we still have a Chip to find,” she said angrily as she led the way


    5. It was what had led her to study the field of explosives with such passion and tireless commitment


    6. Description of Disease: Canes turn brown from tips, plants most affected in colder climates, right after winter protection is removed, not a disease itself but can led to disease attack


    7. She giggled and squeezed his hand as she led him out of the taverna and into


    8. He led them up a flight of stairs to a large and softly lit bedroom, where


    9. This determines whether you will be led by fear or faith


    10. do not be led


















































































    1. · Place bells or chimes on doors leading to the outside to alert you when the patient leaves the house


    2. According to a leading life insurer, 'life expectancy is likely to rise from 77 years to 85 years over the next decade


    3. Fear, for example, can trigger release of the hormone adrenaline, causing the heart to pump faster and leading to physical sensations such as palpitations and sweating


    4. “There are two sets of stairs and an elevator leading down,” Vinnie said beside Johnny as he consulted a schematic of the building


    5. He slipped the computer into his pocket and headed for the stairs leading into the basement


    6. We have created these possessions as we felt their need in leading a comfortable life


    7. The two hour ride to the Gengee waterfront was uneventful except for a huge tie-up as they approached a bridge on the road leading into the city


    8. AA very reasonably large company have recently bought 50,000 shares wholly through a leading stockbroker


    9. STUDENT 3 sits on steps leading up to the second floor, cleans his toenails with a large knife


    10. ’ I agreed, following her down the path leading to the back of the shop


















































































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    lead in English

    head principal president boss king pilot dean vanguard first primary front weight plumb guide direct usher escort conduct precede convey introduce influence entice induce lure persuade seduce allure convince surpass excel overtake beat outstrip

    Sinonimi per "lead"

    lead booster cable jumper cable jumper lead pencil lead leading leash tether spark advance track trail lead-in lede lead story confidential information hint steer tip wind principal star atomic number 82 pb chair moderate conduct direct precede head guide take conduce contribute leave result extend go pass run top president boss king pilot dean vanguard first primary front weight plumb usher escort convey introduce influence entice induce lure persuade seduce allure convince surpass excel overtake beat outstrip