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The AMOC has captured the popular imagination because of its depiction in the lurid sci-fi film “The Day After Tomorrow,” in which various disastrous events occur after a sudden halting of the current.
Halting his squad, Lawrence dismounted, and taking Harry, they carefully made their way to the brow of a hill which lay in front.
Mr. Middleton, with shaking limbs and halting footsteps, assisted his wife to her room.
Beneath this melodrama, the circumstances are recounted at great length, and some halting verses conclude the mournful narration.
Varney was on his way to the house before the footman had finished his halting explanation.
Some leap to the strains with unapt foot, and make a halting figure in the universal dance.
THE POCKET R.L.S.ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
After the Dragon Maid was won,—well then,—this halting insect man need not trouble them.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
The change in the rosy-cheeked boy was startling: pale and hollow-eyed, he walked with a weak, halting step.
They came slowly and furtively, moving a step or two at a time, then halting and peering, prepared to run.
THE STARS, MY BROTHERSEDMOND HAMILTON
The sun had almost entirely disappeared on the horizon at the moment when the caravans reached the halting ground.
THE BORDER RIFLESGUSTAVE AIMARD

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