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Nor could it guess the toughness of the fiber of the flesh, the instantaneousness of the cell explosions of the muscles, the fineness of the nerves that wired every part of him into a spendid fighting mechanism.
Beside the body of Condon he hesitated, but at last he nerved himself to touch it.
She nerved herself by an effort, entered the swing-gate, and rang the door-bell.
She was a little pale, and he could see that she had nerved herself to this interview with a great effort.
As though she felt relieved at having said so much, and had nerved herself to the remainder of her task, she spoke from this time with a firmer voice and heightened courage.
John Ferrier felt that instant death would be better than the suspense which shook his nerves and chilled his heart.
He had long nerved himself to the sacrifice, however, and the thought of the honour and happiness of his daughter outweighed any regret at his ruined fortunes.
That the many horrors and the so long strain on nerves has at the last turn my brain.
And, before the spell could be wrought further upon me, I had nerved myself to my wild work.
Had I not been nerved by thoughts of other dead, and of the living over whom hung such a pall of fear, I could not have gone on.
Right on behind they came; and, nerved with strength such as God gives only to the desperate, with one wild cry and flying leap, she vaulted sheer over the turbid current by the shore, on to the raft of ice beyond.
The RNL SCTI team has significant evidence now to suggest that similar, long-term recovery is around the corner for men suffering from recurrent ED and the underlying damage to the nerves in the male reproductive system.