aftershock

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  • Info An aftershock is a smaller earthquake that occurs after a previous large earthquake, in the same area of the main shock. more...
  • The case is probably more famous for the aftershock it created than the actual decision itself.
  • The aftershock sequence for this event has continued up to the present day.
  • This appears to be an aftershock of the earlier event but was some distance further to the east.
  • This appears to have been an aftershock of the earlier event.
  • The aftershock sequence has continued for over 140 years until the present day.
  • The earthquake lasted for two minutes and was followed by an aftershock an hour later.
  • Four people died in the aftershock, and many of the town's historic structures were permanently lost.
  • It is assumed that this is caused by her strong fear of blood, an aftershock of seeing her mother murdered.
  • She is also the face of the fashion line, Aftershock.
  • Residents took to the streets in search of safety as aftershock after aftershock hit.
  • The Long Beach Aftershock was a women's professional football team.
  • A UN representative reported that the aftershock collapsed seven buildings in the town.
  • Christine is among the three survivors, but she dies during an aftershock before they can free her.
  • The film has become the highest grossing Chinese film, beating the record set by Aftershock.
  • As another aftershock hit, the Cathedral began to fall apart.
  • A subsequent aftershock was responsible for the destruction of an important fountain bringing fresh water to the area.
  • Although considerable time had passed since the first quake, the aftershock was not unexpected.
  • It's impossible for him to be Aftershock's father.
  • The 7 April aftershock caused the loss of grid power again until the next day.
  • This was a large aftershock to the previous event.
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Meaning of aftershock

  • noun A tremor (or one of a series of tremors) occurring after the main shock of an earthquake