This question relates to another mystery: In newts, a severed leg will grow back only if the bundle of nerves
in it also grows back.
While the pair were both a bundle of nerves
before the Vodafone Derby, the colt's staggering five-length victory at Epsom has seen his jockey in a more relaxed mood.
At home, I recite speeches from memory easily but, on meeting nights, I am a bundle of nerves
Mel Howard said when the delivery was happening, he didn't give it much thought, but afterward, that bundle of joy turned him into a bundle of nerves
It is believed that the lower part of the brain, the amygdala (a bundle of nerves
that transmit fear, anxiety, and anger), rules during this stage of life.
But he said himself he was a bundle of nerves
because it was a total shock.
Each focal spot impinges on a bundle of nerves
that feeds into a larger nerve cord, the researchers observed by microscopy.
The corpus callosum is a bundle of nerves
that connects the two halves of the brain.
A different bundle of nerves
goes to two little hollow structures within the roof of the mouth.
Technically, the sciatic nerve is a bundle of nerves
, enclosed in a single sheath, that comes off the spine in the lower back.
It is just typical of Arsene Wenger's luck with keepers that Fabianski was a bundle of nerves
during his Arsenal career but played the game of his life on his first return to the Emirates.
And, with part of the series already filmed, he admits to being a bundle of nerves
when it comes to the elimination process.
Sharing footage with two veterans she tremendously admires on an early shoot in Dubai made her a bundle of nerves
, she admits.
Kim was a bundle of nerves
as she repeatedly either sent the shuttle into the net or wide of the mark to give the Chinese point after point.
They found that the naked mole-rats had no activity in the trigeminal nucleus 6 a bundle of nerves
in the brainstem that serves as a repository for sensory information, including pain -- in response to the acidic fumes.