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TOG Y4 W2 Terms
|A building for lodging people, usually soldiers.
|A tragic event, often occerring suddenly and causing much damage or loss of life; a catastrophe.
|A powerful explosive, made by mixing chemicals and packing it in sticks lit bya fuse.
|A sudden movement of the earths crust caused by the release of stress accumulated along geologic faults or plates of earth's crust, or by volcanic activity.
|An upright pipe with a spout or outlet of some kind; normally placed near the street and used to draw water for fighting fires.
|One who carries off or steals things as loot, usually during a war, disaster, riot,or other crisis.
|A person who flees to find saftey or refuge,often a foreign nation, and usually in times of war or political disorder.
|Aa book or list of records, as of people,events, purchases, etc.
|1) ease given through the elimination of distressor pain; 2) general aid given to those that need, as money or food.
|a scale for measuring the intensity of an earthquake. Its values typically fall between 0 and 10, in each increase of 1 representing a 10-fold increase in energy (named for American seismlogist Charles Francis Richter).
|a closed vessel, used with a furnace or other heat sourse, so that water is made into steam in order to power engines (as in trains),supply heat, ect.
|a platform used as a lookout, located near the top of a ship's mast.
|characterized by luxury; having great abundance or wealth; elaborate or ornate.
|an exposed partial deck (or a section of the upper deck) on a ship where the passengers can walk about freely
|a private cabin or compartment with sleeping accommodations on a ship or train
|the section of a passenger ship, originally near the rudder, providing the cheapest passenger accommodations
|to sink or plunge under water; submerge
|reaching across or crossing the Atlantic