I'm not nervous
this time," said the Story Girl, "but the first time I recited I was.
There is a tomb in Shepperton churchyard, however, with a poem on it, and I was nervous
lest Harris should want to get out and fool round it.
The next mention, some days hence, will be to the effect that he is suffering from nervous
prostration and has been given a vacation by his grateful flock.
And yet I CANNOT be with him, it makes me so nervous
We know,' he told me, 'that certain disordered conditions of the brain and the nervous
system produce results quite as extraordinary as any that you have described--and there our knowledge ends.
After I had graduated I continued to devote myself to research, occupying a minor position in King's College Hospital, and I was fortunate enough to excite considerable interest by my research into the pathology of catalepsy, and finally to win the Bruce Pinkerton prize and medal by the monograph on nervous
lesions to which your friend has just alluded.
Without professing to believe in omens, it was at least encouraging to find no direct nervous
influences--no stormy or electric perturbations-- in the atmosphere.
She is so nervous
that we may lose her any day; and if you wish Captain Crawley to be her heir, I warn you frankly, Madam, that you are doing your very best to serve him.
Give your evidence,' said the King; `and don't be nervous
, or I'll have you executed on the spot.
I had recovered strength amazingly since my landing, but I was still inclined to be nervous
and to break down under any great stress.
Philip walked up and down the crowded street and at last saw Monsieur Foinet walking, with bent head, towards him; Philip was very nervous
, but he forced himself to go up to him.
I had found my way to the free public library, and was reading myself into nervous