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mag·ni·tude

(mag'ni-tūd),
Size or extent.
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10 - Assam and Tibet, August 15, 1950, magnitude 8.
But Beroza's team considered data gathered during some recent large quakes, including a magnitude 7.
May 30, 1998: Northern Afghanistan and Tajikistan; magnitude 6.
The Storage Services Module and SANTap Service help enable storage solutions such as Xiotech Magnitude 3D and the TimeScale replication appliance to deliver enhanced capabilities and functionality for SME customers without compromising performance, integrity, or availability.
Jan 25, 1999: Western Colombia, magnitude 6; 1,171 killed.
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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.
While the results to date include substrates representative of only two types of soil media, valuable insight into the magnitude of the odorant fading in soils is possible.
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