Magnitude

Bordering on a coast,
a person who resides in a place,
a republic in South America, on the Pacific Coast,
at a great distance; a long way off; at a remote point.

A cardinal point of the compass, lying in the plane of the meridian and to the left of a person facing the rising sun.
Tired; worn-out; exhausted,
next after the first; being the ordinal number for two.
Without sleep.

The period of darkness between sunset and sunrise,
a shelter that is the usual residence of a family,
greater in size, extent, or importance,
a small earthquake or tremor that follows a major earthquake.

To go on after suspension or interruption:
the fifth day of the week, following Wednesday,
that comes after or next in order or time; ensuing.
Greatness of size or amount.

A series of vibrations induced in the earth’s crust
by the abrupt rupture and rebound of rocks
in which elastic strain
has been

slowly

accumulating.

Injury or harm that reduces value or usefulness
being more than two but fewer than many in number or kind:
a cardinal number, 10 times 100.
The place in which one’s domestic affections are centered.

To be the cause of; bring about
a cardinal number, five plus one.

Extinction; destruction.

Sources:
The Seattle Times, 3 April 2014.
« Coastal residents of Chile’s far north spent a second sleepless night outside their homes as major aftershocks continued Thursday following a magnitude-8.2 earthquake that damaged several thousand homes and caused six deaths. »
Luis Hidalgo, “Aftershocks rattle Chile as military keeps order”.