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shortcircuiting

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  • You are trying to find that area of the heart where things are shortcircuiting.

    CNN Transcript Oct 1, 2004

  • Sam had said nothing to Wade about his suspicions regarding Boy Chalmers, though it had meant possibly shortcircuiting some of Sam's own unofficial investigation.

    The End of the Pier

  • On earthing and shortcircuiting the sequence mentioned will have to be kept under all circumstances!

    4. Low-voltage switchgear and distribution systems

  • Water inlet and outlet are to be positioned such that shortcircuiting is prevented, and the detention time of the water is long enough to allow complete settling of particles.

    3. Technologies

  • "Continued high levels of volatility in financial markets and tighter credit conditions throughout Europe could have reduced the willingness of firms to borrow, expand and hire, thereby shortcircuiting the ongoing US economic recovery," Matus said.

    Bangkokpost.com : Breaking News

  • Gloria Romero (D-Los Angeles), shortcircuiting an anticipated showdown between the teachers union-backed Torlakson and

    latimes.com - News

  • "Continued high levels of volatility in financial markets and tighter credit conditions throughout Europe could have reduced the willingness of firms to borrow, expand and hire, thereby shortcircuiting the ongoing US economic recovery," Matus said.

    Raw Story

  • Spluttering, lisping and pawing frantically at his face, he can spin you from Heidegger to Hershey bars (by way of Hitchcock and Hizbollah) in synapse-shortcircuiting seconds.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Spluttering, lisping and pawing frantically at his face, he can spin you from Heidegger to Hershey bars (by way of Hitchcock and Hizbollah) in synapse-shortcircuiting seconds.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • I had fended off quite a few phone calls but needless to say, once my phone had been turned into a soggy, shortcircuiting brick, nobody wanted to help!

    MoDaCo WinMo News

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