- Franz (Jo·sef) [joh-zuh f, -suh f] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf, -səf/, 1910–62, U.S. painter.
- one of a series of lines (K-series) in the x-ray spectrum of an atom corresponding to radiation (K-radiation) produced by the transition of an electron to the K-shell.
Origin of K-line
Examples from the Web for kline
Contemporary Examples of kline
“This is a federal mandate that is causing some real problems for schools across the country,” Kline told a CBS affiliate in July.The Republican War on Kale
January 7, 2015
See, prior to being invited to be on the panel, I didn't really know who Kline was, either.Bill Maher Finds the Worst Congressman in America
Ana Marie Cox
October 8, 2014
“We thought we could make the bigger statement about Kline,” says Carter.
Kline easily defeated him two years ago, winning by eight points.
He calls Kline the champion of for-profit colleges, which have a dropout rate “worse than celebrity rehab.”
Historical Examples of kline
Kline ordered his men to shoot any one they saw blowing the horn.
Lewis asked for his authority, and Kline handed him the warrant.
Kline was called for, and he, with some nine or ten more, followed after.
I told one of the gentlemen on shore to write to Kline that I was in Canada.
Kline started, and when a little way up said, "I am coming."
- Franz (frænts). 1910–62, US abstract expressionist painter. His works are characterized by heavy black strokes on a white or grey background