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tension

get on someone's nerves

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nerve yourself

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  • brace yourself
  • prepare yourself
  • steel yourself
  • fortify yourself
  • gear yourself up
  • gee yourself up

Synonyms for nerve

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With elevation of the flaps, the medial and lateral arteries and the associated digital nerves were identified and skeletonized.
It enters the palm through the carpal tunnel, gives off the recurrent motor branch to the thenar muscles, and terminates by dividing into three common palmar digital nerves, which then divide into the palmar digital branches.
Walton et al reported a retrospective study on the use of autogenous vein grafts in 22 digital nerve repairs (17).
At surgery, the tumor in the finger was within the ulnar digital nerve and the tumor at the elbow, within the ulnar nerve (Fig.
Young L, Wray RC, Weeks PM: A randomized prospective comparison of fascicular and epineural digital nerve repairs.
Michael Toutonghi, vice president and distinguished engineer for the Microsoft Windows(R) eHome Division, will participate in a supersession titled "Who Will Own the Digital Nerve Center of the Home?
The digital neurovascular bundles should be found and the digital nerves and arteries mobilized, approximately, 1 cm.
I look forward to exploring the opportunities that lie ahead and positioning Elity as the digital nerve center of the new economy.
At his inquiry, Johnson, whose big-race triumphs for Wylie included the Arkle with Tidal Bay, further Cheltenham Festival successes with Arcalis and No Refuge, and two Royal Ascot victories, admitted running Striking Article eight times after the gelding had undergone a palmar neurectomy - the removal of part of the palmar digital nerves - which causes horses to lose feeling in the back of the foot.
The digital nerves were identified to prevent transection.
The digital nerves are close to the tendon sheath and do not respond kindly to steroid injections.
Johnson - whose big-race triumphs for Wylie since 2003 have also included Arkle winner Tidal Bay, Cheltenham Festival winners Arcalis and No Refuge, and two Royal Ascot victories - admitted running Striking Article eight times after the gelding had undergone a palmar neurectomy - the removal of all or part of the palmar digital nerves - which causes horses to lose sensation in the back of the foot.
Johnson was accused of running Striking Article eight times after the gelding had undergone a palmar neurectomy - the surgical removal or severing of all or part of the palmar digital nerves - which causes horses to lose sensation in the back of the foot.
Johnson is accused of running Striking Article eight times after the gelding had undergone a palmar neurectomy - the surgical removal or severing of all or part of the palmar digital nerves - which causes horses to lose sensation in the back of the foot.
The trainer is accused of running Striking Article eight times after the gelding had undergone a palmar neurectomy - the surgical removal or severing of all or part of the palmar digital nerves - which causes horses to lose sensation in the back of the foot.
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