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And the cab jolted in front of a steamy, greasy shop in a blaze of gas and in the smell of fried fish.
And the cab jolted. Mrs Verloc's mother expressed some misgivings.
In each of the long German carts six or more pale, dirty, bandaged men were being jolted over the stony road.
Data from the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) at the U.S.
A 5.0-magnitude earthquake jolted parts of Balochistan, including Quetta, on Saturday.
Lasbella/ Hub -- An earthquake of 3.5 magnitudes with a depth of 10 kilometers jolted Lasbella and its adjacent areas.
LAHORE -- A strong earthquake jolted the city on Saturday evening, creating panic among people, who rushed out of their houses and workplaces to save their lives.
On April 4, an earthquake of low intensity jolted different areas of district Loralai of Balochistanon Wednesdaybut no causality or property damages were reported.According to the geological wing of PMD, tremours measured 3.
"I'd say sniffing was hay fever and head jolts were to get hair off my face," she says.
The earthquake jolts were felt in twin cities of Rawalpindi Islamabad, Harripur, Peshawar, Mingora and adjoining areas.
Though the JOLTS data doesn't get the same headline treatment as the monthly employment totals, economists pay close attention to this metric, particularly the quits and hiring rates, the latter of which hit a new cycle high in February.
Research was conducted to determine if a metalcasting facility could improve its monitoring of clay and moisture levels in green sand with non-standard testing methods, such as a thermal erosion test (TET) and modified cone jolt toughness test.