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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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The quake, however, was in a very remote location with no paved roads nearby, so it was difficult to reach and the media needed to go on government transport.
Looking ahead, scientists are trying to predict when the next major quake will occur.
Scientists hope to learn how and why quakes occur by monitoring them at the focus, or the point deep beneath Earth's surface where rocks first break apart.
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.
Seismic instruments haven't been around long enough to provide researchers with a good idea of how often damaging quakes strike a particular region over the ages.
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.
1 on the Richter scale jolted the Izu islands south of Tokyo on Thursday night, about an hour after a quake measuring 5 hit the region, the Meteorological Agency said.
A complete index of Quakes 113 secret areas, listed in the books text, helps the user get through Quakes most difficult encounters.
In contrast, after the March 2005 quake, the island's northwestern tip held a steady elevation, while the southeastern tip was lifted about 1.
I think about it all the time,'' said Amalie Orme, a professor at California State University, Northridge, whose Woodland Hills house was lifted entirely off the ground by the quake.
San Andreas' largest recent quakes occurred in 1906 and 1989, when the fault released huge amounts of pent-up pressure that ran beneath and along adjoining tectonic plates.
At least 20 large quakes have shaken the city in the past 2,000 years.