“Magnitude” in the news
|apparent visual magnitude|
|orders of magnitude|
Publications and example sentences
· New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern stays cool as earthquake hits during live interview →
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has once again displayed her poise amidst unexpected trials, smoothly continuing a television interview after a 5.8 magnitude earthquake.
The Japan Times
· New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern unruffled as quake hits midinterview →
Wellington – A moderate 5.6 magnitude earthquake rattled New Zealand’s North Island early Monday but failed to crack Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s trademark composure as she conducted a live television interview.
· Earthquake hits New Zealand: Jacinda Ardern calm during TV interview →
AUCKLAND, New Zealand — A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck just north of Wellington as New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave a live breakfast TV interview on Monday morning local time.
The China Post
· New Zealand leader carries on with TV interview during quake →
Monday’s magnitude 5.6 quake struck in the ocean about 100 kilometers (62 miles) northeast of Wellington, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
· Jacinda Ardern stays cool as earthquake rattles New Zealand capital →
The 5.8 magnitude earthquake was 37 kms deep and the epicentre was 30 km northwest of Levin, a city in New Zealand's North Island close to the capital Wellington, according to Geonet.
· New Zealand earthquake: PM Jacinda Ardern live on TV in Wellington as North Island hit →
New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern was broadcast reacting live on television during a 5.8 magnitude earthquake in Wellington on Monday morning.
· Magnitude 5.9 earthquake strikes New Zealand near Wellington →
Wellington: A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck near New Zealand's capital Wellington on Monday, government seismic monitor Geonet said.
· New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern unruffled as earthquake hits mid-interview →
Geonet first classified the earthquake as magnitude 5.9.
· Earthquake strikes near New Zealand capital, no immediate damage reported →
WELLINGTON: A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck near New Zealand's capital Wellington on Monday (May 25), but there were no immediate reports of damage.
· Sustaining Atmanirbharta: The right policy mix →
The nature and magnitude of their impact and effectiveness, however, depend on the other policies adopted.