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Drowned every few seconds by our tremendous salvoes, this more nervous noise crept back insistently into our ears in the interval.
It is low in chronic interstitial nephritis, diabetes insipidus, and many functional nervous disorders.
Their glances met, she holding him always at arm's length by that grip upon his shoulders, a grip that was firm and nervous.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
Then a nervous, anxious feeling that takes away my appetite, and prevents me from eating my dinner.
When we came in he looked indisposed and nervous, and there happened to be a good many artists there.
Larger amounts are not uncommon in fevers, gastrointestinal disturbances, and certain nervous disorders.
The mother played her accompaniments and at the same time watched her daughter with greedy admiration and nervous apprehension.
With nervous children the lobe of the ear is preferable, as it prevents their seeing what is being done.
It is much easier to strike quickly than slowly, but practice in the slow movement will develop both muscular and nervous power.
A tiny spaniel lay beside the fire, his beady black eyes following the nervous movements of the master of the house.
DOPESAX ROHMER

WORDS RELATED TO NERVOUS PROSTRATION

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