On A War of Nerves
see also: Lerner, 2001; Leese, 2004.
LENNIE Lawrence has won his war of nerves
with Rotherham United and will today sign target man Alan Lee for pounds 850,000.
END WAR OF NERVES
(IHT/Asahi as translated from the Japanese-language Asahi Shimbun's editorial published Jan.
RING legend Sugar Ray Leonard is backing Lennox Lewis to win the war of nerves
against Mike Tyson.
The first three quarters were a war of nerves
as neither team went ahead by more than four points.
Before the Coen brothers, Elia Kazan's Wild River (1960) detailed the war of nerves
between a young TVA official and an elderly woman who refuses to sell her property.
MOSCOW The war of nerves
between top Russian media magnate Vladimir Gusinsky and the Russian government continued last week, with no sign that either side is ready to give an inch.
Recently returned from a visit to Beijing, he found his counterparts in mainland think tanks geared up for a sustained war of nerves
A few days after a war of nerves
, Hong accepted the invitation.
A war of nerves
is going on and it is hoped that despite our internal weaknesses, the policy and decision-makers would not accept conditions for cooperation that are affront to our national interests.
So far, this is mainly a war of nerves
, but it could easily turn nasty.
In October, a similar war of nerves
led the two sides to terminate an agreement to expand their total swap arrangement to $70 billion from $13 billion.
Israel and Iran Are Fighting a War of Nerves
But the Tartan Army lapped it up at Parkhead as Kevin Gallacher's opener just before the break and Gordon Durie's clincher 10 minutes from time (above) won the war of nerves
to see off Latvia 2-0.
A WAR of nerves
broke out yesterday in the districts of Larnaca and Famagusta over the world of waste disposal after rubbish chiefs turned tough on debtors.