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Synonyms for trembler

one who quakes and trembles with (or as with) fear


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PMP22 carrying the trembler or trembler-J mutation is intracellularly retained in myelinating Schwann cells.
Some days it seems to get more strikes, but that must be counterbalanced by the increased likelihood of lure loss (one Yo-Zuri Edge Trembler, for the sake of argument, is $16).
Kat's idea of friendly ball games rarely goes into extra time, especially when she's celebrating the match with a knee trembler and a shadowy figure.
But the March 11 trembler and tsunami in Japan has caused demand for direct burning crudes and LNG in that country to rise (see omt12IndnsTradeMar21-11 and gmt12IndnsGasExptMar21-11).
Network Rail has invested in CCTV, buried cable and installed trembler devices which set off an alarm when cables are disturbed.
PC Jonathan Broom at the stretch of railway line where motion sensors, hidden cameras and trembler alarms have been installed.
Whether you're a Tony's Trembler, wanting to go Howard's Way, or looking for a Kennedy Remedy, it has to be one of the more interesting highlights of this campaign.
There was a second trembler underlying her ruling: If Kessler's logic held, the balance of control over the river might shift to upper basin states for the first time in decades.
The fresh warnings have come after an underwater earthquake was recorded by the Hong Kong observatory on Wednesday, north-west of Sumatra, Indonesia, close to the epicentre of Sunday's trembler.
Fujitsu's Outer London Datacentre is already protected by multiple diverse power feeds, 24 hour CCTV, programmable proximity card detectors, trembler alarms, and biometric fingerprint recognition.
China's official Xinhua News Agency quoted local officials as saying more than 1,000 houses and school buildings collapsed in a village in Bachu County, the focus of the trembler, located more than 3,300 kilometers west-northwest of Beijing.
La bouche ouverte, le commissaire se mis a trembler de tous ses membres.
Half of New York City's buildings are constructed of unreinforced concrete, while soil in many places would liquify in a trembler.
Mais encercle par les chaines ardentes de la tyrannie, tu voyais dans la tempete de sable siffler les durs grains de la violence, les sables mouvants, des pans entiers de peuples trembler sur leurs quilles, echouer, et s'engouffrer dans les ondes insondables du silence; les prisons fleurir la mort, les guerres porter son couteau.
Jenkins had been reparing to join her fellow alumni of the Humboldt State University Journalism Department for a reunion on the day of the first trembler.