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a cataclysm resulting from a destructive sea wave caused by an earthquake or volcanic eruption

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The minority communities need not feel threatened or feel cowed down by this tsunamic wave of minority baiting for instant advantage.
Three years ago, they founded the Seniors Real Estate Institute (SREI), which quickly grew into a multifaceted education and advocacy organization that offers targeted training and support for REALTORS[R] who recognize the tsunamic demographic shifts toward an aging population and have a passion for serving seniors.
As he said, even when the rest of my group disagreed with the other person, they would side against me because of the tsunamic level of my response.
"Our goal is to ensure timely and effective notification tsunamic and to educate communities at risk about safety preparedness, improvement in overall coordination, he added.
Americans tired of Bush's "Stay the course," read, continuing the war in Iraq, swung over to the charismatic Obama who came to power on the cry of "Change." Who though, really examined what this tsunamic ideological, economic and societal change really entailed?
Back in the mid noughties, when a panic wave of tsunamic proportions swept through the communication industry to the tune of "let's get digital", the word 'GMOOT' rose in the midst of the flotsam and jetsam.
Evidence yoking low CD4s, high viral loads, or previous AIDS to anal cancer precursors and cancer risk--and so buttressing Andrew Grulich's conclusion (1)--is just short of tsunamic. Among the choice examples, a case-control study in Switzerland found that a CD4 count below 200 cells/[mm.sup.3] versus above 499 cells/ [mm.sup.3] 6 to 7 years before cancer diagnosis upped the odds of anal cancer 14 times.