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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of short-circuit.

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Examples

  • Psycho-Electric specialist Dave Voltresistor said that many of the Prime Minister's recent decisions could be explained by the embedded objects, explaining, the likely explanation is that the metal is is causing short-circuits between the synapses, leading to erratic moods, occasional incontinence poor judgement and megalomaniacal episodes.

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  • To preclude light rail on this bridge now short-circuits the long term transit planning process for our regional system and makes it very likely that we will be standing in crowded buses stuck behind drawbridges in the year 2030 and beyond.

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  • The design of the heating systems on many Boeing planes built before 2004 are prone to short-circuits and can cause related problems

    FAA Studies Jet Windshield Fires

  • Electrical short-circuits burned parts of cockpit windshields on two Boeing 767 jets in recent weeks.

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  • Serious electrical short-circuits cracked or burned portions of cockpit windshields on a pair of American Airlines jets in the past two weeks, ratcheting up concerns about such hazards potentially affecting thousands of Boeing Co. aircraft.

    FAA Studies Jet Windshield Fires

  • They know, as Mullen said in his testimony on the Hill, that this is much riskier, it brings with it a much higher chance of failure, and it really short-circuits a strategy that the president himself set out only 18 months ago.

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  • It short-circuits skill acquisition by knocking one or both parents out of school.

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  • Because venison resonates with the current slow-food movement, and locavorism, the hip new mantra of community-based consumption that short-circuits the burning of fossil fuels.

    A Brief History of Venison (And Why You Should Eat It)

  • Fire caused by exploding gas cylinders, electric short-circuits, and fire-arms, among other causes, accounts for about 7% of accidental deaths in India every year, according to National Crime Records Bureau, a federal government body.

    Help Is Plentiful for a Survivor, After Fire at Hospital in India Kills 89

  • The genes that create these short-circuits are more nuisances than threats to survival, and so have been preserved by evolution.

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