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In her new role, Shook will join the company's global management committee.
. Michelle Wood posted: "Yeah I felt it in Prestatynabout 4.20am." Joanne Robinson: "Felt it in Llanfairfechan - lots of rumbling then mirrored wardrobes were shaking." DarHarper Williams: "Just outside Llanberis andit woke me up as the bed shook." Anwen Vaughan-Maher: "Felt it in Kinmel Bay.
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Shook, C.S.B., who was present, wrote in an article in 1973:
"I only shook him to revive him when he fell down."
A CHILDMINDER shook a baby in her care so vigorously it caused her brain to knock against the sides of her skull "like a jelly" a jury at Coventry Crown court heard.
The last medium-size quake shook Parkfield in 1966.
Critics have often been puzzled by Satan's phrase "Shook
He said: 'He must have shook it at least 10 times.'
To look deeper into the contribution of particle density to the Brazil nut effect, the Chicago researchers shook a gumball-size acrylic shell that they had placed in a mug-size cylinder filled with smaller particles, such as glass beads or poppy seeds.
A jury has been told how a Coventry childminder shook the baby in her care so hard, it survived by ``the skin of its teeth.''
'The chair I was sitting in swayed from side to side, and the whole house shook with force.'
They put the algae's receptacles in flasks and shook them for various amounts of time up to a week, Serrao explains.
Geologists last week reported finding evidence that an intense temblor -- of estimated magnitude 6.2 to 6.7 on the Richter scale -- shook this region sometime before the arrival of European settlers.