For the first time in his life Daylight lost his nerve
. He was badly and avowedly frightened.
The chauffeur had lost his nerve
. His cheeks were pale, his teeth were chattering.
But he had lost his nerve
. Unsafe as was his present position, he was loath to forsake it for the more unsafe position on the halyards.
"Lost his nerve
," the voice from above continued in a matter-of-fact tone.
The chauffeur must, as it seemed to me, have been a novice or else have lost his nerve
in this disturbance, for he drove vilely on the way to the station.
But he lost his nerve
and cashed out for PS29,000 - and said he feels his team's luck might be running out.
Mr Miliband said the PM had "lost his nerve
" and was "running for cover".
According to police, the husband lost his nerve
and allegedly killed the infant by crashing her to the concrete floor.
Chelsea are fifth in the Premier League and still mathematically in the Champions League race and Villas-Boas gets the boot because the owner lost his nerve
when some of the club's older players started complaining about the young coach.
DAVID McMINN, who needed to be resuscitated 17 times following a fall on the Lambourn gallops last summer, is back in racing after overcoming fears he may have lost his nerve
The 24-year-old wild card squandered two set points to make it 2-2 but lost his nerve
and Bolelli closed the match in the tie-break.
A MAN who lost his nerve
after climbing down rocks had to be rescued by coastguards and lifeboat crews.
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona: JB Holmes lost his nerve
and found it in the nick of time to beat Phil Mickelson in a playoff and win the Phoenix Open in thrilling style on Sunday.
She suffered whiplash and a whopping lump on her head while Chris, 20, lost his nerve
Tony Blair "lost his nerve
" about handing over power to Gordon Brown, it was suggested yesterday.