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  • In Laws of Closed Electric Circuits, published in 1845, he stated what are now known as Kirchoff's Current and Voltage Laws.

    Kirchhoff, Gustav Robert

  • There are also various laws, such as Kirchoff's, which work against some spider web of low power distribution lines.

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  • There are also various laws, such as Kirchoff's, which work against some spider web of low power distribution lines.

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  • There are also various laws, such as Kirchoff's, which work against some spider web of low power distribution lines.

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  • There are also various laws, such as Kirchoff's, which work against some spider web of low power distribution lines.

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  • There are also various laws, such as Kirchoff's, which work against some spider web of low power distribution lines.

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  • There are also various laws, such as Kirchoff's, which work against some spider web of low power distribution lines.

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  • In honor of the birthday of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, the institution's beloved patron of music, members of the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra performed music of Bach and his lesser-known contemporaries Dietrich Buxtehude, Franz Tunder and Andreas Kirchoff.

    Review: Helsinki Baroque Orchestra at Library of Congress

  • They were about to convert the third takeaway into a score when Air Force linebacker Brandon Reeves punched the ball out of Gruner's hands and Kirchoff scooped it up for the long return on the final play of the first quarter.

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  • ` ` It bounced perfectly into my hands and when I looked back up there was no one to be found, just a lot of green and that's exactly what you want to see when you're returning the football, '' Kirchoff said.

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