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tremor in Geology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtremortrem‧or /ˈtremə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 HEa small earthquake in which the ground shakes slightly 🔊 an earth tremor2 MIa slight shaking movement in your body that you cannot control, especially because you are ill, weak, or upset
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tremorAnother well-known effect of caffeine is increased hand tremor, which has been measured in numerous experiments.Perhaps the damage here was only minor, a last tremor before the fabric of space-time mended again.The medication can cause hair loss, tremors, and increased weight.This kind of tremor also occurs in anxious patients.His voice had a slight tremor, and that annoyed him, but they didn't seem to notice.It improves all manifestations of the disease although rigidity and bradykinesia are benefited more than tremors.It was a good blast: you could feel the tremor up through your shoes.The whiskey relieved the tremor in his hands.She could feel him shaking, the tremors running down into her arms.