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Some men, cutting wood near the base of one of these volcanos, did not perceive the shock of the 20th, although the whole surrounding Province was then trembling; here we have an eruption relieving and taking the place of an earthquake, as would have happened at Concepcion, according to the belief of the lower orders, if the volcano at Antuco had not been closed by witchcraft.
The shock had been so slight that no one had been alarmed, had it not been for the shouts of the carpenter's watch, who rushed on to the bridge, exclaiming, "We are sinking
The harvest-men rose from the shock of corn, and stretched their limbs, and extinguished their pipes.
The harvesters ceased working, took their provisions, and sat down against one of the shocks.
this equipment is mainly used for vehicle shock absorber noise test, Can also test the shock absorber characteristic for vehicle chassis tuning, Damping force, Friction test of shock absorber, Gas force, Output speed / force characteristic curve, Displacement / force characteristic curve.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to serve an important function for any product that deploys shock absorbers, the Shock Latch, has been developed by inventor Kelvin Moorer of Detroit, Michigan.
First, the information on the incidence of the shocks at the level of the primary sampling unit was aggregated, and then the proportion of households reporting the shock was estimated in each PSU.
The shock increased when prominent individuals such as John Coleman, Jim Reynolds and, indeed, Linda Jones herself confirmed how bad the situation was and still is.
This NSN brings the upper and lower bushings and the shock.
The introduction of Lemon Shandy marks the first seasonal rollout for the Shock Top family in 2012.
When the slack in the rope tightened against his left hand, it forced the hook counterclockwise around the shock at arm level for easy tying.
The shock wave forms a cone of pressurized air molecules which move outward and rearward in all directions and extends to the ground.