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“For battle-weary hedge-fund managers that survived the crisis an d the nerve-jangling volatility of the past few years, any pickup in deals will come as a relief.”
“For supporters more familiar with administration, talk of ground freeholds and nerve-jangling flirtations with relegation from the Championship, Palace fans will be pleased with the progress their team has made under club hero and managerial novice Dougie Freedman.”
“But installations can be dazzling, even nerve-jangling affairs, pushing what noise and image can do with kaleidoscopic effects and disorienting soundtracks.”
“While the U.S. military has vowed to keep the strait open, doubts about the safety of future oil shipments and worries about a potentially unending, nerve-jangling crisis involving Washington, Tehran, and Tel Aviv have energy experts predicting high oil prices for months to come, meaning further woes for a slowing global economy.”
“Seedcamp London – to give this nerve-jangling day its formal title – has become a landmark occasion in the tech scene's calendar.”
“California is the third-largest state in the USA, and you could easily spend weeks navigating its blue highways and rural byways, safely distant from the nerve-jangling, always-jammed interstate system.”
“The film's nerve-jangling climax, set at a carnival, is a particular highlight.”
“In 1976, with his career in red-hot mode, Dustin would re-group with his "Midnight Cowboy" director John Schlesinger for a nerve-jangling thriller called "Marathon Man" (1976).”
“Director Nichols builds a gradual sense of dread, culminating in a nerve-jangling conclusion.”
“But then the contractions came and the Camerons had to undertake one of those nerve-jangling dashes to the hospital that expectant couples know so well? though not many have a police escort to clear traffic out of the way.”
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