nerve-shattering love

nerve-shattering

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  • It's hard to guess what a nerve-shattering impact this had on the musicians, including the conductor Zubin Mehta and violinist Gil Shaham who, reportedly, kept their cool and carried on.

    Die Frau ohne Schatten; BBC Proms 61 & 62 – review

  • Why do we have to have an ear-splitting nerve-shattering flyover of military jets at baseball games?

    We’ve Always Been at War With… Line, Please « Antiwar.com Blog

  • And all the while that nerve-shattering bellow, the war cry of a trapped animal determined to take as many with him as possible when he went down, filled the room.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • And all the while that nerve-shattering bellow, the war cry of a trapped animal determined to take as many with him as possible when he went down, filled the room.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • A pounding rainstorm rolled in on the heels of a nerve-shattering thunderclap.

    With Love and Laughter, John Ritter

  • He kissed her at each temple, then once more on the mouth, a nerve-shattering, muscle-melting kiss that turned her inside out.

    Brown-Eyed Girl

  • Then he fluttered into the air with a nerve-shattering shriek and dove like an arrow toward Graybound's shoulder.

    Good Night, Mrs. Calabash

  • Morgan Stanley has enjoyed big trading profits as a result of this unit, but it's also endured nerve-shattering risk.

    Does Morgan Stanley Want to Exit the Casino?

  • She is one of a good many girls who think that three dates a week, secretarial jobs, and the responsibility of keeping themselves clothed are a nerve-shattering, frantic business, and who look forward to marriage and motherhood as a long, relaxing rest cure.

    Women’s Empowerment

  • She is one of a good many girls who think that three dates a week, secretarial jobs, and the responsibility of keeping themselves clothed are a nerve-shattering, frantic business, and who look forward to marriage and motherhood as a long, relaxing rest cure.

    Women’s Empowerment

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