At first he meant to repaper the room, but afterwards he said that I was letting it get the better of me, and that nothing was worse for a nervous
patient than to give way to such fancies.
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.
That's all," he said presently, with a nervous
Listen to me, Aglaya," said the prince, "I do believe you are nervous
lest I shall make a fool of myself tomorrow at your party?
OLD LADY NEAR THE FIRE BEGINS TO CRY, AND HAS TO BE LED OUT.
Every muscle of his thin face was now quivering with nervous
excitement; his eyes, in which the fire of life had seemed extinguished, now flashed with brilliant light.
She was so silent, for such a long time, that in my foolish, nervous
state I dreaded something, I don't quite know what.
The veteran troopers of the black emperor were nervous
and ill at ease.
Ever in his ears was sounding her sharp and nervous
And is it quite incomprehensible that her nervous
system should suffer accordingly, at a very critical period of her life?
I had found my way to the free public library, and was reading myself into nervous
He was very nervous
as he sat on the platform, and I could see the high tension he was under.
It was the first appearance of most of us on any platform, and some of us were very nervous
Just then a bell above the throne rang briskly, and the King gave another nervous
contraction at one corner of her mouth drew up the lips out of the symmetrically right line, when, they moved.