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LEWIS Hamilton has conceded to being on the brink of tying himself to Mercedes for the next few years after undergoing what he has described as "a nerve-racking experience".
I think the Cup experience helped me at Troon because it was nerve-racking.
FELLING seized the opportunity to close the gap on leaders Castle Eden with a nerve-racking victory at Boldon.
And a packed Ally Pally will be a far more nerve-racking environment.
It was nerve-racking at first but by the end of it I felt we'd become friends.
From busking to Glasgow's Classic Grand seemed nerve-racking but the 27-year-old blew away famous faces Dizzee Rascal and Sharleen Spiteri.
Join WLT in reading what Brigitte magazine called "unorthodox, nerve-racking, simply unforgettable--like a Hitchcock masterpiece.
She said it was quite nerve-racking but she did really well.
When I'm walking to catch the bus in the morning there's quite a few pass me and it's a bit nerve-racking.
RETAILERS are braced for a nerve-racking Christmas after the first successive monthly fall in overall sales for nearly 14 years.
The film is loud and bombastic, sustaining dramatic momentumafter the nerve-racking opening sequence on the housing compound.
That was nerve-racking, and we made so many faux pas
Experiencing this long stretch of darkness can be nerve-racking.
It was the former Villa striker's second goal of the game but the Reds were forced to hang on in a nerve-racking night after the Turkish champions pulled two back through substitute Umit Karan.