lahar : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an avalanche of volcanic water and mud down the slopes of a volcano
- Many of the living were naked or only partly clothed; their garments had been torn from them by the swift-moving lahar.
- The liquid avalanche, known as a lahar, was soon hurtling down the steep slopes at speeds of up to 30 m.
- Kidlat Tahimik in Inquirer.net
Kidlat said artists must confront the fact that mainstream media and businesses have been propagating "a lahar of mainstream culture" because they "just want to sell products and will therefore sell the easiest images."
- Chris Carter in Playfuls.com
The lahar travelled down the path as predicted, and the early warning response system worked exactly as planned,said Conservation Minister Chris Carter.
- Archbishop Paciano Aniceto in Inquirer.net
I have always been consistent. They [Lapid and some representatives] approached me during the lahar period. They said this [casino in Paskuhan] will generate a lot of funds. I told them this is not the way to achieve the recovery of Pampanga,...