Seisin

Sei"sin

(?), n. See Seizin. Spenser.
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Seis"mic

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Seis"mal

(?), } a. [Gr. seismo`s an earthquake, from sei`ein to shake.] Of or pertaining to an earthquake; caused by an earthquake.
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Seismic vertical, the point upon the earth's surface vertically over the center of effort or focal point whence the earthquake's impulse proceeds, or the vertical line connecting these two points.
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