tsunami

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a: tsunami ~
b: a sudden burst of energy

What:

" A tsunami is like a sudden burst of energy created by a sudden deformation of the sea floor usually caused by an earthquake."


Useful?
Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Oct 16 2015 5:02 PM



a: tsunami ~
b: dropping a rock in a pond

What:

"A tsunami is like dropping a rock in a pond, but it doesn't go uniformly out. It is guided by underwater mountain ranges and valleys,"


Useful?
Writer: Eddie Bernard
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Date: Oct 16 2015 5:06 PM



a: tsunami ~
b: a high tide

What:

"A tsunami is like a high tide that doesn't stop rising."


Useful?
Writer: John A. Torres
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Date: Oct 16 2015 5:03 PM



a: tsunami ~
b: a train of waves

What:

"A tsunami is like a train of waves, after one wave hits, it will not be over, stay in a safe place until you are sure it is completely over."


Useful?
Writer: Sam Schultz and Mitchell Nabata
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Date: Oct 16 2015 5:02 PM



a: tsunami ~
b: whole river

What:

"The difference between tsunami and an ocean wave is that a tsunami is like a whole river that shows up a tsunami is like a Class 4 rapids that just shows up and all of a sudden you have a river of water that wasn't there before."


Useful?
Writer: Anne Sheehan
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Date: Oct 16 2015 5:00 PM



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