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Synonyms for epicenter

the point on the Earth's surface directly above the focus of an earthquake

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The epicenter was located 33 km northeast of Marihatag town of that same province, with a depth of 25 km, Phivolcs said.
The epicenter of earthquake was located in the town of Kaki, 60 miles (96km) Southeast of Bushehr.
7-magnitude earthquake hit Canada's Queen Charlotte Islands, located just south of the current epicenter, last October.
In Waterboro, Maine, near the epicenter, about 20 customers and staff at Waterboro House of Pizza ran outside when they heard a loud bang and the building shook.
The epicenter was located 370 kilometers (230 miles) south of the Panamanian city of David.
The Duke University Prevention Epicenter in Durham, N.
According to Epicenter, they selected the InstaCC, CosmoCom-based hosted contact center service for a number of reasons: the reputation for being a solid platform; the network-based architecture; the inherent scalability of the on-demand model; and the proven hosting reliability from industry leader Tata Communications.
ReachNXT enterprise port extender and EPICenter network management take the pain out of deployment and management with enterprise-class solutions
The concept, called the Epicenter Collection, has the potential to change how consumers shop the Web while breathing new life into traditional malls.
That's the name for a new futuristic shopping format, called the Epicenter Collection, that Federated is considering down the road.
He and his colleagues have discovered a quick way to estimate a quake's magnitude if there happens to be a seismometer near its epicenter.
This time he wasn't involved in the decision in a 4-3 JetHawks loss to Rancho Cucamonga in front of 4,348 at The Epicenter.
And, with the addition of Extreme's Unified Access platform, we can manage our wired and wireless network with EPiCenter for greater simplicity.
The epicenter was about 155 miles west of the Indonesian island of Sumatra (see map).
West Nile (WN) virus was found throughout New York State in 2000, with the epicenter in New York City and surrounding counties.