Kennelly

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Kennelly United States electrical engineer noted for his work on the theory of alternating currents; independently of Oliver Heaviside he discovered the existence of an atmospheric layer that reflects radio waves back to earth (1861-1939)
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Usage

In literature:

That Michaels-Kennelly crowd skinned him.
"The Titan" by Theodore Dreiser
By Edwin J. Houston and Arthur E. Kennelly.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV" by John Lord
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In news:

Laura Kennelly had been running for several years before the pain hit.
Parkville And Kennelly Students Win College Art Contest.
A Mass and celebration of life are planned Saturday, Aug 25, to honor longtime Boulder Creek resident Maureen Kennelly , who died near her family and friends at the age of 79.
Keala Kennelly has earned the respect of men and women alike for her committment in waves of consequence.
John Joseph Kennelly , of Mattituck, died on June 25, 2011.
Michael Kennelly , former Loyola University president, dies at age 96.
Michael Kennelly , an Irish-born priest who was Loyola University's president from 1970 to 1974, died Jan 3 at Ignatius Residence, a Jesuit retirement community in Algiers.
Lisa Kennelly 's season preview.
KOIN Local 6 Traffic anchor/reporter Carly Kennelly is Oregon's Best Traffic Reporter according to the Associated Press.
Michele Kennelly and Courtney Simpson greet the horse Tiny Tim, named after Courtney's father Sgt Tim Simpson, and officer Eddie Holmes during a dedication ceremony held Friday at White Pine Farm in Northhampton Township.
Welcoming Remarks Mr Dennis Kennelly, Chairman, International Division of NDIA, and President, AMS North America.
Lisa Kennelly gets right to the point today: yesterday wasn't exactly the greatest day in Yankeeland.
North Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Ben Kennelly, left, and Joe Stadler, right, an officer with the Jamestown Police Department, help Richard Peterson, 11, wrap a present during the Cops and Kids event Sunday.
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In science:

It was discovered in the context of electrical networks by Kennelly in 1899, and it was adapted in 1944 by Onsager to the Ising model in conjunction with Kramers–Wannier duality.
Three theorems in discrete random geometry
Kennelly et al. (1995) used radial velocity observations to identify the oscillation modes of a δ Scuti star.
Computational Asteroseismology
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