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  • noun Plural form of tsunami.

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Examples

  • This means, almost by definition, that the impact of electoral "tsunamis" is limited re the Senate.

    Balkinization

  • Today the death toll from the tsunamis is put at 70,000.

    alternative universe

  • Today the death toll from the tsunamis is put at 70,000.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • Indonesia, which set huge waves known as tsunamis rolling out around the region.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Japan was suffering appalling waves, called tsunamis, caused by offshore ocean-bed earthquakes.

    Second Wind

  • Many of the giant sea waves known as tsunamis are caused by underwater earthquakes and volcanoes - for example, the devastating

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Many of the giant sea waves known as tsunamis are caused by underwater earthquakes and volcanoes - for example, the devastating

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • There are "tsunamis" happening in these countries every single day!

    Marianne Schnall: Annie Lennox Raises Her Voice

  • The issue of rising sea levels, global warming and other natural disasters, such as tsunamis, are issues being faced by all low-lying nations and islands, and aren't specific only to Hulhumale.

    We Built It and They Are Coming, If Slowly

  • Preparing to meet all the possible threats the Pacific has to offer will force the Navy to become more nimble, and will make it better able to deal with unconventional emergencies, such as tsunamis, when they arise.

    How We Would Fight China

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  • Had another tsunami dream last night. I tend to have them after earthquakes have been in the news--there was one in Oklahoma recently.

    Edit: And by "one," I mean earthquake.

    Edit: *yawn*

    Edit: *stretch*

    November 7, 2011

  • I have a lot of tsunami dreams, perhaps because of my obsessive earthquake monitoring via the USGS global alert feed.

    November 7, 2011

  • In mine, I'm always trying to convince people to get to higher ground. They're the opposite of my tornado dreams, where I'm always trying to convince people to get below ground.

    November 7, 2011

  • Mine seem to be about relief and oblivion... I usually wake up feeling relaxed.

    November 7, 2011

  • I find that both hilarious and disturbing. In mine I'm making Cassandra-like predictions--it's all anxiety and I-told-you-so and nobody-ever-listens-to-me.

    Do you ever have the dream about your teeth falling out? Do you wake up happy that you don't have to brush them?

    November 8, 2011

  • Early this a.m. I awoke from a dream in which many of us Wordieniks were to convene in Bloomington IN to play old-time fiddle and banjo music. The room at IU where this was to take place was being used for a concert so we had to wait. I kept waiting for ruzuzu to show up and get the party started, excited to finally put a face to the persona. The party never happened; I woke up too soon. : > (

    November 8, 2011

  • The unconscious mind harbors many previously undreamt waves. Unda-stand and spill over only when triggered by a seemingly unconnected event and are focused onto the concave dream screen to tell-a-scope and to be felt sometimes ineffably and remembered only in a jumbled sense.Other wise unda remain under fallow seas awaiting to be bourne.

    November 8, 2011

  • I suppose I've had the odd tooth-loss dream, but no, they're no fun; evidently I'm as anxious about potential penury as the rest of us.

    HH, I think an evening of old-time fiddle and banjo music in Indiana is an excellent idea for the inaugural global Wordie con.

    November 8, 2011

  • WordieniKon in Indiana? Again--hilarious and disturbing.

    Edit: And by "hilarious and disturbing," I mean "Hey, let's all go for it!"

    Edit: *yawn*

    Edit: *stretch*

    November 8, 2011

  • In my dreams, I regularly save the world through my mastery of French irregular verbs. A classic example of wish fulfillment. Would that it were so!

    November 8, 2011