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NEURO-Nerve (Prefix)
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This duplication went merrily on for years before it was generally discovered that the telephone is not an ear, but a nerve system; and that such an experiment as a duplicate nerve system has never been attempted by Nature, even in her most frivolous moods.
At that moment, in the state of my nerves, I absolutely believed she lied; and if I once more closed my eyes it was before the dazzle of the three or four possible ways in which I might take this up.
It is when suffering finds a voice and sets our nerves quivering that this pity comes troubling us.
Well, he certainly had nerve, to deny, practically, that he had set Jacinto up to do what he did," commented Tom.
You appear to be so well acquainted with the favorable opinion which Miss Alicia and I entertain of each other, that I hope it will be no fresh shock to your nerves, if I inform you, in plain words, that I have come to Crickgelly to marry her.
In the wretched state of my nerves, loud sound of any kind is indescribable torture to me.
Though he had not nerves for coming away with us, and setting off again afterwards to pay a formal visit here, he will make his way over to Kellynch one day by himself, you may depend on it.
Besides it would be rotten for your nerves," he said gravely.
At last, cautiously, he drew himself well within the tunnel, and again he lay at full length upon the floor, fighting to regain control of his shattered nerves.
Nerves make her jump out of a moving motor-car, or refuse to be married fashionably.
It is so subtle, so difficult of analysis, that persons who are a little limited, or even simply persons of strong nerves, will not understand a single atom of it.
I remember how I used to get on his nerves at Rome.