Like most things in the U.S., New York City is the epicenter for yoga.
Abandoning London as the cultural epicenter of the UK, northern cities like Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester have adopted a 'do it yourself' attitude to creating and producing music.
First, Britain was the epicenter of the Industrial Revolution, and this boom in industry meant not only that society as a whole was wealthier but that a new class of wealthy merchants emerged.
The main quake occurred along the San Andreas fault and was felt as far as Los Angeles and Oregon, but the epicenter occurred most closely to the city by the bay.
This old fishing town is the epicenter of Maui's long history.
The Jeffersonville Outlet is right at the epicenter of the tourism industry in western Ohio.
Hershey in the early 1900s, is the epicenter of family fun throughout the year.
The geographic point directly above the focus is called the earthquake epicenter.
epicenter of the modern dance world.
epicenter of an earthquake is the point on the earth's surface vertically above the focus (Figure 2 ).
epicenter of the quake was located about 50Km North East of the city Bhuj.
Here, halfway through the experiment we seemed to be at the epicenter of the emotional disharmony on the island.
epicenter of this transformation are the wholesale DA/DQ providers, which have been both recipients and drivers of change in many markets.
Even with those daunting truths, Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont was soon to become the epicenter of the modern dance world.
Are there regional trends in landslide density as a function of ground motion and distance from earthquake epicenter?
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