The volcano gave warnings that it would soon pop: Small earthquakes shuddered
beneath its surface on September 23.
Each of the four times this year that the Federal Reserve Bank hiked shortterm interest rates, consumers shuddered
as another spike was driven into their motivation to borrow and invest.
And what's also clear is that Muir himself probably would have shuddered
at the thought he'd be considered the father of Yosemite, though he surely loved that valley.
At 14,500 feet and at an indicated airspeed of 160 knots, the aircraft shuddered
and went into a spin to the left.
Last winter, while driving in Sylmar, I shuddered
at the sight of several mature crape myrtles that had been hacked back to the trunk.
If you remembered Paus's shoulder separation on the opening drive of the Alabama game four weeks earlier, you shuddered
The plane from London, with 364 passengers and 19 crew on board, suddenly shuddered
30 minutes before landing at New York's Kennedy Airport.
They wept and shuddered
and prayed fervently to the Virgin Mary, whose digital image has been drawing large crowds at Los Angeles churches.
Very simply, FDR dominated the nation and the world when both shuddered
in their greatest crises.