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use "magnitude" in a sentence

It's kind of special to be able to beat a team of that magnitude.

A quake of that magnitude presents only weak shaking and no damage.

One shouldn't play, out of respect for the magnitude of the tragedy.

An increase of that magnitude is not acceptable, Marks told reporters.

It’s as if they didn’t all grasp the magnitude of what they were doing.

But city and local officials have decried the magnitude of the incident.

On April 25, Nepal was utterly devastated by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake.

In 1906, a magnitude-7.8 reduced parts of San Francisco to fiery rubble.

February 13, 2001 - Another earthquake strikes El Salvador, magnitude 6.6.

A second quake of 7.3 magnitude on May 12 has hampered efforts to rebuild.

A magnitude-7.8 earthquake struck Saturday, killing at least 2,500 people.

“That number is the wrong order of magnitude,” Muilenburg said at the time.

A magnitude-7.8 quake struck Nepal on April 25, killing at least 8,490 people.

In April, a magnitude-7.8 earthquake hit Nepal claiming more than 8,000 lives.

Since 1973, Chile has had more than a dozen quakes of magnitude 7.0 and above.

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