There are 45 million people who have still got to choose and I am not going to short-circuit that.
This sort of sustained engagement can short-circuit racially triggered instances of the confirmation bias, wrote Dobbin.
The post concluded, “Question: short memory or short-circuit?”
short-circuit something, that was the idea, create a confusion—and trust to escaping in the midst of it?
The induced currents in the rod amounted to a short-circuit of the field.
We cannot bluff Providence, or short-circuit things to our liking.
Direct contact with a Throg mind appears to short-circuit them.
The two armature coils are in series with the field-coils and the same disposition of the shunt or short-circuit D is used.
And in an eon of lying they never have run up against a short-circuit like that.
A good cell of the two and three-quarters by six-inch size will give eighteen or twenty amperes on short-circuit, when new.
An electrical path in a circuit that causes most of the current to flow around or away from some other path in the circuit. Accidental short circuits, especially between the high and low voltages of a power supply, can cause very strong current to flow, possibly damaging or overheating the circuit.