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(jef&#x2019; r&#x0113;ys bul&#x2019; &#x2202;n) Relationships between the arrival times of various modes of seismic waves and the distance (angular distance) from the epicenter of the earthquake that generated them. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_J-1|J-1]]. Named for Sir Harold Jeffreys (&#x2013;1989), British geophysicist, and Keith Edward Bullen (1906&#x2013;1976), Australian geophysicist.
 
(jef&#x2019; r&#x0113;ys bul&#x2019; &#x2202;n) Relationships between the arrival times of various modes of seismic waves and the distance (angular distance) from the epicenter of the earthquake that generated them. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_J-1|J-1]]. Named for Sir Harold Jeffreys (&#x2013;1989), British geophysicist, and Keith Edward Bullen (1906&#x2013;1976), Australian geophysicist.
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(jef’ rēys bul’ ∂n) Relationships between the arrival times of various modes of seismic waves and the distance (angular distance) from the epicenter of the earthquake that generated them. See Figure J-1. Named for Sir Harold Jeffreys (–1989), British geophysicist, and Keith Edward Bullen (1906–1976), Australian geophysicist.