short-circuit

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The induced currents in the rod amounted to a short-circuit of the field.

Direct contact with a Throg mind appears to short-circuit them.

And in an eon of lying they never have run up against a short-circuit like that.

He may short-circuit some of them by means of Colonel House.

We cannot bluff Providence, or short-circuit things to our liking.

There had been a short-circuit on the copper mains in the station.

Or do they perhaps utterly supplant and replace them and short-circuit their effects?

A good cell of the two and three-quarters by six-inch size will give eighteen or twenty amperes on short-circuit, when new.

The one at the left shows the simple shunt, adapted to short-circuit the generator at all times save when it is in operation.

The two armature coils are in series with the field-coils and the same disposition of the shunt or short-circuit D is used.

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