American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Kirchhoff, Gustav Robert 1824-1887. German physicist noted for his research in spectrum analysis, optics, and electricity.
- n. German physicist who with Bunsen pioneered spectrum analysis and formulated two laws governing electric networks (1824-1887)
“The basic rules for calculating how a grid is performing are called Kirchhoff's Circuit Laws, after the German physicist who derived them in the 19th century.”
“All electrical circuit analysis requires the use of two fundamental laws called Kirchhoff's Laws”
“Kirchhoff gasps when told, but admits she's allowed some leniency.”
“David Kirchhoff, Weight Watchers' current chief executive, says he'll never forget when he finally met Nidetch, three years ago at a convention in Orlando.”
“I felt like I was at a Rolling Stones concert, Kirchhoff said.”
“With unemployment rates still high and discretionary spending tight, CEO David Kirchhoff says the company's meeting levels still lag their pre-recession levels.”
“CEO David Kirchhoff It's January, which means Weight Watchers International Inc. is counting on thousands of consumers to make the same old resolution: Lose the flab.”
“Bloomberg News CEO David Kirchhoff, seen last week at the NYSE, says growing affluence has made China a prime spot to expand the Weight Watchers business.”
“Mr. Kirchhoff: If you look at what drives obesity, it's money.”
“Mr. Kirchhoff has expanded the company's online presence, launched mobile apps and targeted emerging markets such as China.”
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