Quake


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Quake

A string-oriented language designed to support the construction of Modula-3 programs from modules, interfaces and libraries. Written by Stephen Harrison of DEC SRC, 1993.

What does it mean when you dream about a quake?

Tumultuous movements or quaking in a dream may indicate inner turmoil and upset in the dreamer’s life that needs to be addressed. The dreamer may be repressing anxiety and need to change conditions to alleviate it.

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Only a relative handful of photographs came from quake region, which is unusual.
In magnitude terms, the upgrade placed the quake equal fourth on a U.
Only three of the United States' post-1900 quakes cost more than $1 billion when they happened.
At such high speeds, massive amounts of pressure build up, generating underground (seismic) waves that can cause more damage than the quake itself.
By constantly monitoring these conditions, the scientists hope to spot patterns in the way the rocks behave before breaking apart in a quake.
The waves can travel hundreds of miles before hitting the coast of Southern California, as was the case during Chile's 1960 earthquake and Anchorage's 1964 quake.
It pushed an earlier quake in El Salvador off the front pages and effectively out of the news.
In this sense, the story of how Kobe responded (and continues to respond) to the quake is about much more than a city righting itself after a natural disaster.
We're pleased to be working with Nerve and Z-Axis to bring the highly-anticipated gameplay from Enemy Territory: QUAKE Wars to the Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 system," said Todd Hollenshead, CEO, id Software.
A repeat of the 1906 quake would be as devastating to the Bay Area as Hurricane Katrina was to New Orleans.
Kate Hutton, a seismologist at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, said there was a one-in-20 chance that Tuesday's quake was a foreshock to a larger quake that could hit within five days.
0 on the Richter scale is 10 times stronger that a quake registering 1.