jitters


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According to Judi James, based on the couple's attire and body languages, they are suffering the pre-wedding jitters.
Those jitters led to early 3-0 and 14-13 leads by the Raiders in the first set before North Eugene settled in and found its game.
Neuromuscular jitter is the most sensitive measure of neuromuscular junction function and is a very valuable technique in the diagnosis of patients with suspected myasthenia gravis (MG) (I).
Across the region, trading sentiment was mixed as Japan's first-quarter economic growth beat expectations while jitters on the US Federal Reserve's rate increase escalated.
"It could have been a rookie jitters or I was unfocused, that's how I felt," said Tautuaa.
Speaking at the San Diego Comic-Con panel for the movie, she said: "It was a lot of excitement and a lot of jitters."
A number of factors may affect the service quality of VoIP [1] for example, packet loss, packet delay, network delay variation (also known as "jitter") [2], echo, noise [3], and harmonic and inharmonic distortion [4].
Early Jitters is a rock and roll band from Dallas, Texas and Jacksonville, Florida.
In 2005, Jitters was the recipient of the Spirit of Youth Award for being a youth-friendly business.
New York stocks suffered large losses Friday for the second day in a row, caused by persistent inflation jitters, with the Dow falling more than 100 points.
A new microscope system can compensate for those jitters, known as Brownian motion.
The Prime Minister and Education Secretary Charles Clarke considered dropping the measure amid growing jitters about a mass Labour revolt.
Jitters Gourmet Coffee and Cafe has promoted Chris Beeson to chief operating officer.
Ambassador to China Joseph Prueher said Wednesday recent tension across the Taiwan Strait was not a precursor to war and labeled jitters that rocked Taiwanese stock prices ''a bit of an overstatement.''
interest rates sent jitters across the Asian markets.