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- n. Plural form of nerve.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nerve.
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- n. an uneasy psychological state
- n. control of your emotions
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From the spine, thirty-one pairs of nerves, called _spinal nerves_, pass to different parts of my body; some to the lungs, some to the heart, some to the stomach, some to the bones, and some to the muscles and skin.
But it was evident from the laboured performance by Carlo Ancelotti's side that the title nerves are beginning to take hold.
Another thing that works my nerves is the assumption that there's only a single way to respond to a particular issue.
Whatever works to calm the nerves is a good thing in that case.
"I expect, Mr. Harley, that you will be disposed to regard what I have to tell you rather as a symptom of what you call nerves than as evidence of any agency directed against me."
Gordon Graham smiled, a certain satirical smile, intensely irritating to his sister's temper (which she called her nerves), and which it was rather fortunate she did not see.
Fortunately Nonna, after a lifetime spent in the care of babies, had laid aside what we call nerves, else she had certainly fallen in a swoon like her mistress; she was consequently able to support the duchess and soothe her with gentle words.
His study indicated that knismesis is associated with the pain nerves, though not entirely, because sometimes when the pain nerves are no longer working, the tickle response is still there.
Maybe some groin nerves were cut.: blinks: It was frankly a little high for anything that would put him in a wheelchair.
Â This new sensation that flames my nerves is unfamiliar.