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  • n. Plural form of eruption.

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Examples

  • These must have seemed like eruptions from a different universe.

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  • Meteorologists warned, however, that the situation above Europe remained unstable and constantly changing with the varying winds - and the unpredictability was compounded by the irregular eruptions from the Icelandic volcano spitting more ash into the sky.

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  • Simmering anger and resentment, rudeness or, worse, a tense, threatening silence which may suddenly burst out in eruptions of extreme temper, these are all part of the negative side of the Aquarian.

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  • Sufferers developed severe skin eruptions on parts of their body exposed to strong sunlight, and in many cases diarrhea and mental changes causing them to be placed in asylums, and there was a high death rate.

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  • Meteorologists warned, however, that the situation above Europe remained unstable and constantly changing with the varying winds, and the unpredictability was compounded by the irregular eruptions from the Icelandic volcano spitting more ash into the sky.

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  • Meteorologists warned, however, that the situation above Europe remained unstable and constantly changing with the varying winds -- and the unpredictability was compounded by the irregular eruptions from the Icelandic volcano spitting more ash into the sky.

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  • But international film and TV execs 'travel plans continue to be disrupted as more eruptions from the Icelandic volcano Monday hampered plans to reopen some European airports.

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  • Dublin Airport lay dormant after fresh eruptions from the Icelandic volcano left passengers stranded once again.

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  • Meteorologists warned that the situation above Europe was constantly changing because of varying winds and the continuing, irregular eruptions from the Icelandic volcano.

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  • Meteorologists warned that the situation above Europe is constantly changing because of varying winds and the continuing, irregular eruptions from the Icelandic volcano.

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