In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Another perhaps useful notion here is that of earthquakes having epicentres and aftershocks.
- Police feared the number of casualties could rise even further once authorities reach remote areas, including a tiny island closest to the epicentre of the earthquake, which struck on Sunday night.
- The water shifted above a quake does not move across the ocean, i.e. a log floating at the surface above the epicentre would not have been carried to Thailand or Somalia.
- Relief workers arrived to find devastation in the region closest to the epicenter of the earthquake that spawned the killer tsunami.
- The area was the closest to the epicentre of the earthquake, bore the full brunt of the subsequent tsunami and was clearly one of the worst affected areas.
- The area is an epicentre for earthquakes caused by tectonic plates moving apart.
- The geographic point directly above the focus is called the earthquake epicenter.
- The epicentre of that earthquake was about 20 kms north of Napier, on the opposite side of the North Island.
- The point nearest to the surface is the epicentre and marks the site where the quake is strongest.
- The epicenter of the earthquake was on land - unlike last month's quake - and caused no tsunami.
- We did an investigation a couple of years back, finding ourselves right at the epicentre of a minor earthquake, one of the largest the country had seen for years.
- This was the area that was orientated directly towards the epicenter of the earthquake, and therefore to the tsunami.
- She recalled an investigation from a couple of years back, when they discovered themselves at the epicentre of an earth tremor, the largest the country had seen for years.
- The most persuasive evidence for the existence of subduction zones is the narrow Benioff zones of earthquake epicentres dipping away from deep-sea trenches.
- The death-toll lag has come from the country nearest the underwater epicenter of the earthquake, Indonesia.
- The pair have been helping people on an island off North Sumatra, the closest inhabited area to the epicentre of the earthquake, which was ravaged by the deadly waves.
- A Royal Navy survey ship has been sent to investigate the epicentre of the underwater earthquake which created the disastrous tsunami in the Indian Ocean.
- The British Geological Survey said the epicentre of the earthquake - the largest to hit Britain for ten years - was ‘right under Birmingham’.
- By the time the rain woke me the next morning my stomach rumbled like the epicentre of an earthquake and I realized I had no choice but to take destiny into my own hands.
- Its epicenter, the location on the earth's surface directly above the quake, was at Duck Creek.
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- By the late 1980s and 1990s, however, there had been a shift in the epicenter of concern about ecology.
- And at the epicentre of the military build-up is it's air base.
- The epicentre of military action, and therefore, of military losses, in the European war was the German - Soviet war.
- But round these parts eating is only a warm-up for the main event, as I discover when we later descend into the teeming lanes around Concert Square, epicentre of Liverpool nightlife.
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