jittery


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feeling or exhibiting nervous tension

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Wall Street is grimly predicting that GM may be forced into Chapter 11 bankruptcy within 12 months and investors are getting jittery.
forces and were instead just killed as unintended victims of jittery soldiers shooting up Baghdad, these killings are evidence of a depraved indifference to human life--resulting from the stress of fighting a prolonged war against a civilian population, with no clear goals or exit strategy.
He makes no attempt to hide the fact that Holylands is essentially a montage of surveillance-style videos: Shot in available light with a handheld digital video camera, his footage is often so grainy or murky that it's difficult to make out exactly what's going on, and his camera work and editing are jittery and abrupt.
Kick off's at three The match ends at four forty-five, Drawing closer to the stadium You feel all jittery inside
I feel jittery all the time and can't sleep at night.
Central Bank governor, Gideon Gono, reassured jittery customers rushing to withdraw their funds that no banks would be closed down.
Asked to look at a jittery newborn, the neurologist noticed the infant's bulging thigh and arm muscles.
The charge: The Treasury chief continues to feel uncomfortable in a role requiring real theatrical skills when dealing with jittery global financial markets.
To date, JusticeFiles and its predecessors have battled with a private collections agency, with state representatives who voted to fund the Seattle Mariners' baseball stadium, with jittery network hosts, with angry pro-privacy hackers (the site was only intermittently available during the writing of this story), and with scores of police departments who refusedor tried to refuse-his requests for public disclosure of information.
If so, you may be suffering from affluenza, a `disease' caused by having too much money that reduces the new, idle rich to jittery, ineffectual victims.
So-called high stakes tests--exams they must pass in order to move on to succeeding grades, graduate from high school, or otherwise determine the course of their entire future--are familiarizing our students with a world of anxiety and despair previously the jittery domain of the hyperstressed Japanese student body.
Singapore shares plunged Wednesday as market players, jittery over the sharp overnight fall in Wall Street, rushed to take profits from the market's recent gains.
Additionally, the sensor has additional pixel area for image stabilization, which reduces the effect of shaky and blurred images typically caused by jittery hands or camera-shake.
The centre - who is to switch from Worcester to Edinburgh for a season - insisted the jittery Murrayfield victory was the ideal springboard for the Test clashes with Argentina's tough guys.