Our king, being ready to leap out of himself for joy of his found daughter, as if that joy were now become a loss, cries ’O, thy mother, thy mother!’ then asks Bohemia forgiveness; then embraces his son-in-law; then again worries he his daughter with clipping her; now he thanks the old shepherd, which stands by like a weather-bitten conduit of many kings’ reigns.
There are no more uses of "conduit" in the play.
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Building codes requires the wires be run in a conduit.
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