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- n. The point on the land or water surface directly above the focus of an earthquake.
- n. The point on the surface directly above an underground explosion.
- n. The focal point of any activity, especially if dangerous or destructive.
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- n. the point on the Earth's surface directly above the focus of an earthquake
Sudan advised Kampala to evacuate its nationals from a zone it called the epicentre of civil war.
Many of Dr Kaufman's better finds, he says, have come from "hanging out at street corners with a clipboard on Roosevelt Avenue"-a street pictured above in the borough of Queens that he describes as the "epicentre of the epicentre" of linguistic New York.
AIDS cases in the world, has been dubbed the epicentre of the
The epicentre was a village about 15 miles north of Van, the Kandilli institute said.
Constable Shenher described as the "epicentre" of the area from where street prostitutes were going missing.
But the cave is also known as the epicentre for two outbreaks of an Ebola-type virus known as Marburg.
There is overlap, but every system has an epicentre, which is critical, said Dr. Gilboa, who moved to Toronto from Israel last year.
The epicentre is the food section, bathed in the aroma of garlic and sizzling pork, a pan-Asian street food fest of shrimp dumplings, spicy noodles and grilled squid.
At the epicentre is the party's Shimla conclave next week and a report on the party's poll defeat compiled by Bal Apte.
At the epicentre is the party's Shimla conclave next week and a report on the party's poll defeat compiled by Bal
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