- n. Plural form of temblor.
“Cisterns were later strengthened to ensure that water would be available to fight fires after future temblors.”
“Fault Lines The damage from famous California temblors”
“What accounts for these temblors of inspiration, away from the epicenters of culture?”
“Seismologists have counted more than 70 aftershocks since the quake struck Tuesday afternoon, and say the temblors are likely to continue for weeks.”
“The epicenter of the temblors--with magnitudes of 4.4 and 5.2--was near the town of Lorca in the southeastern region of Murcia, according to preliminary estimates.”
“A year of temblors, including the most devastating on Feb. 22, which killed more than 180 people, has left much of New Zealand's second-largest city in rubble, causing 19 billion U.S. dollars in damage and forcing many businesses and residents to abandon the city center for the suburbs.”
“The epicenter of the temblors -- with magnitudes of 4.4 and 5.2 -- was near Lorca, a town in the southeastern region of Murcia, according to preliminary estimates.”
“There have been 11 small temblors around the well since March, roiling the rustbelt region of northeast Ohio, which has no known history of seismic activity.”
“Andrew McLaughlin was also onto the Haiti situation as soon as the temblors hit.”
“Experts stressed to local media the impossibility of predicting quakes, saying that even six months worth of low-magnitude temblors was not unusual in the highly seismic region.”
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