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Which figure completes the series?
Aftershocks are earthquakes that are more accurately described as the lower-magnitude (or lower-intensity) tremors that follow the principal earthquake or main shock (that is, the largest earthquake in a sequence of earthquakes). When an earthquake occurs some of the energy released from the sudden fracturing of rock is transferred to the rocks nearby, which adds to the pushing, pulling, and twisting stresses already placed on them. When these stresses are too much for the rocks to bear, they break as well, releasing a new round of pent-up energy and creating new faults in the rock. In this way, earthquakes beget aftershocks, and aftershocks beget smaller-and-smaller aftershocks. Aftershocks tend to be the most severe and happen more frequently in the hours and days that follow an earthquake. However, their magnitude and frequency decrease over time. (britannica.com) Which of the following statements is true?
What was the average expenditure in Spain per night (in EUR) in 2015?
EPSO competition updates and preparation tips from the experts
Great news for those waiting for a Secretaries/Clerks competition to be announced. EPSO will be releasing a Secretaries/Clerks competition very soon. So what can you do to prepare while you wait for the official notice of competition to be released?
We have some great news for candidates about to step into the Assessment Centre phase of their EPSO competition - especially those who are undertaking the Graduate Administrators competition. EU Training now offers practice EPSO Case Study Simulations in 5 LANGUAGES! - English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
CONGRATULATIONS - you have been invited to an EPSO Assessment Centre! This is such an exciting time, so you probably have a bunch of questions spinning in your mind about what to expect on exam day. That's why EU Training has organised a FREE and LIVE Q&A session to offer you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about your upcoming EPSO Assessment Center from two EPSO experts.