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Panic is a strong feeling of suddenness. The appearance of panic will dominate the normal thinking and logic of the people, replaced by anxiety and instinctive fighting or escape action. Panic is likely to appear in large groups or crowds, causing massive panic. Many of the well-known large-scale panic cases have occurred in large-scale public events, and governments are also preventing incidents such as stampede by panic. In Mecca, an average of 250 pilgrims die each year due to stampede events. The Mecca authorities also installed protective facilities. On April 15, 1989, a staggering Heathburg tragedy occurred at the Heathrow stadium in Sheffield, England, killing 96 people. This tragedy makes the stadium entrance and seat sort in the late 1980s began to adjust or update. ... 恐慌是一种强烈的突然性的感觉。恐慌的出现会支配人的正常思维和逻辑，取而代之的是焦虑感和本能的战斗或逃跑的行动。恐慌很可能在大型团体聚会或人群中出现，从而造成大规模恐慌。 许多广为人知的大规模恐慌案件都是在大规模公共活动时发生的，各国政府也在为防止由恐慌所引起的各种事件例如踩踏事故。在麦加，平均每年会有250名朝圣者因踩踏事件而死亡。麦加当局也因此加装了保护设施。在1989年4月15日，在英格兰谢菲尔德的希斯堡球场发生了令人震惊的希斯堡惨剧，共造成96人死亡。这起惨剧使得球场入口和座位排序在1980年代末开始调整或更新。...
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «恐慌» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «恐慌» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «恐慌» appears in digitalised printed sources in Chinese between the year 1500 and the present day.
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8 CHINESE BOOKS RELATING TO «恐慌»
Discover the use of 恐慌 in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to 恐慌 and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Chinese literature.