TREMORS


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TREMORSTsunami Risk Evaluation through seismic Moment from Real-time System
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The whole world bloomed in a flush and tremor of maiden loveliness, instinct with all the evasive, fleeting charm of spring and girlhood and young morning.
No, father," said Tom, speaking with energetic decision, though there was tremor discernible in his voice too, "you will live to see the debts all paid.
Kit entered the office in a great tremor, for he was not used to going among strange ladies and gentlemen, and the tin boxes and bundles of dusty papers had in his eyes an awful and venerable air.
Throughout this preparation there had been a constant tremor in Hepzibah's frame; an agitation so powerful that Phoebe could see the quivering of her gaunt shadow, as thrown by the firelight on the kitchen wall, or by the sunshine on the parlor floor.
Hearing the more regular rise and fall of his breath (which, however, even then, instead of being strong and full, had a feeble kind of tremor, corresponding with the lack of vigor in his character), --hearing these tokens of settled slumber, Hepzibah seized the opportunity to peruse his face more attentively than she had yet dared to do.
Pray hasten her, for this delay has already imparted a tremor to my nerves.
Panicked residents of affected cities and towns rushed out of their homes and offices when the tremors struck around noon.
Essential tremor is involuntary shaking - usually of the hands, but sometimes also of the neck, jaw, voice or legs.
Mr Doyle said he didn't think the tremors were caused by a passing train.
Although tremors can start at any age, they tend to have two distinct starting points: adolescence or middle age.
Whatever the cause, if your tremors begin to affect your quality of life, it's time to find answers.
The tremors were felt in various parts of the east coast, including Sandakan and Tawau as well as in the state capital.