To counteract or perhaps sidestep this danger, Murison's book draws attention to the complexity and multiplicity present in nineteenth-century conceptions of nervousness
So, the excitement of that, the nervousness
of me and everyone singing meant I slept for about half an hour.
But, despite still being a puppy her nervousness
has meant she has not been able to start a police dog training course.
The market slide is a reflection of Saudi and Gulf investor nervousness
Keywords: demand uncertainty, MRP, lot sizing, nervousness
SOUTHEND will have to kick their nervousness
into touch if they are to beat Macclesfield and book an FA Cup second-round trip to Town or Cambridge.
Dimitar Mircev, one of President Ivanov's counselors, says in his short interview with the paper that the nervousness
and tension in the international relations should be eased.
2 : causing or showing fear or nervousness
<an anxious moment>
IT HAS been the success of the European Union, both economically and politically, that has prompted nations like Georgia and Ukraine ultimately to apply to join and this sometimes provokes Moscow's nervousness
There were huge signs of hesitancy and nervousness
around Goodison Park last Saturday in the 1-1 draw against West Ham.
Neurosis and modernity; the age of nervousness
Katie-Scarlett MacGillivray, a youth delegate from Huron, found the Facebook link helpful in overcoming first-timer nervousness
Hyland's strives to provide the best all-natural solutions for children in a way that eases some of the nervousness
commonly associated with taking medicines," says J.
Rampage' wins debut: It took Quinton ``Rampage'' Jackson about a round and a half to shake the nervousness
of making his UFC debut.
Possible answers include: relief that he was not about to be killed; suspicion that Powhatan wanted more than he was saying; nervousness
, because Smith knew that he was not going to fulfill his part of the deal.