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  • noun Plural form of aftershock.

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Examples

  • But the way they were built might continue to be one of what you call the aftershocks of history.

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  • It's an over-simplification to attribute the Western Conference's style of play simply to aftershocks from the Edmonton dynasty.

    USATODAY.com - West teams built for speed and the long haul

  • The city has since been hit by several so-called aftershocks that have continued to fray residents' nerves.

    New Zealand Quake Rescue Effort Intensifies

  • The aftershocks are the emotional damages felt by the survivors: in this case, a mother filled with guilt, a son who lost his arm and a daughter who felt abandoned and unloved and was taken in by a foster family that thought she was an orphan.

    Michael Giltz: DVDs: Craig Ferguson... Genius?

  • The city has since been hit by several so-called aftershocks that have continued to fray residents' nerves.

    New Zealand Starts Christchurch Curfew

  • The aftershocks are the emotional damages felt by the survivors: in this case, a mother filled with guilt, a son who lost his arm and a daughter who felt abandoned and unloved and was taken in by a foster family that thought she was an orphan.

    Michael Giltz: Toronto Film Fest Day 6: Hello, Lapland!

  • The aftershocks are the emotional damages felt by the survivors: in this case, a mother filled with guilt, a son who lost his arm and a daughter who felt abandoned and unloved and was taken in by a foster family that thought she was an orphan.

    Michael Giltz: Toronto Film Fest Day 6: Hello, Lapland!

  • The window of life for those who may have survived the initial earthquake and then the subsequent aftershocks, that is diminishing rapidly, but let's hope there are some miracles out there today, some other people that could get pulled out.

    CNN Transcript Jan 15, 2010

  • The aftershocks are the emotional damages felt by the survivors: in this case, a mother filled with guilt, a son who lost his arm and a daughter who felt abandoned and unloved and was taken in by a foster family that thought she was an orphan.

    Michael Giltz: Toronto Film Fest Day 6: Hello, Lapland!

  • The aftershocks are the emotional damages felt by the survivors: in this case, a mother filled with guilt, a son who lost his arm and a daughter who felt abandoned and unloved and was taken in by a foster family that thought she was an orphan.

    Michael Giltz: Toronto Film Fest Day 6: Hello, Lapland!

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