Definition of Epicenters

1. Noun. (plural of epicenter) ¹



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Definition of Epicenters

1. epicenter [n] - See also: epicenter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epicenters

epicarps
epicatechin
epicede
epicedes
epicedia
epicedial
epicedium
epicellular
epicene pronoun
epicene pronouns
epicenes
epicenism
epicenisms
epicenter
epicenters (current term)
epicentra
epicentral
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epicentres
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epicerastic
epichirema
epichiremas
epichiremata
epichlorohydrin
epichlorohydrins
epichordal
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epichoric

Literary usage of Epicenters

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1. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America by Seismological Society of America (1914)
"On Plate XXVI of Dut- ton's monograph two epicenters are shown; the Woodstock epicenter, located near the Southern Railway, fourteen miles N. 30° W. of The ..."

2. On Some Principles of Seismic Geology by William Herbert Hobbs, Eduard Süss, Fernand Montessus de Ballore (1907)
"Distribution of habitual epicenters. The recent appearance of a masterly work by de ... His many maps upon which the habitual epicenters have been located, ..."

3. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America by Seismological Society of America (1913)
"At page 229 of The Journal of the Ro\al Astronomical Society of Canada, under the head of "Location of epicenters for 1912. ..."

4. Geological Disasters in the Philippines: July ‘90 Earthquake & June ‘91 by Giovanni Rantucci (1995)
"Numerous epicenters clustered around Mt. Pinatubo in 1991. ... Figure 7.2 shows the progressive formation of clusters of epicenters between July 1990 and ..."

5. Earthquakes: A Teacher's Package for K-6 edited by Phyllis R. Marcuccio (1999)
"Using transparencies and/or student copies of the US Map with epicenters, Master 11, ... People in states without epicenters, as shown on this map, ..."

6. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1906)
"From these facts it appears that earthquakes have no centrum as this term is ordinarily understood, but in so far as so-called epicenters are positions of ..."

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