I had the muscles of a prize fighter and nerves of steel
To have been indifferent to the companionship of the single gentleman would have been tantamount to being gifted with nerves of steel
He had nerves of steel
, this man; for though the whole weight of the affair was on him his manner was as cool and unconcerned as ever.
The smoke and shouting were enough to shake nerves of steel
He has nerves of steel
, and yet I know that he has hardly slept since this terrible event.
SoccerIraq) LONDON: It takes nerves of steel
to take a Panenka in any game - let alone in the Baghdad derby with the league leaders when the game is deadlocked.
But we keep finding ways to win and Jenny Gunn had nerves of steel
at the end - I'm not the best watcher at the best of times.
When it comes to cable entry points, installation engineers often need nerves of steel
Summary: Nerves of steel
and determination makes them the new IPL champions
Nick Crane (below) follows in the footsteps of the Victorians as he seeks out sea caves in Jersey that took nerves of steel
to reach, and Ian McMillan is on Scotland's Ayrshire coast where he delves into the story of Sawney Bean.
Houston showed nerves of steel
to overcome both he and Bebb, the three of them friends from their time on Tour.
Follow the latest from the snooker the Crucible, RYAN Day was so nearly the victim of a famous Crucible comeback in the World Snooker Championship first round - and he admits it took nerves of steel
to halt Stephen Maguire's charge.
And Scotland striker Griffiths showed nerves of steel
Sanskar had to come up with an extraordinary effort and nerves of steel
to overcome the determination of third seed Abbinav Sankar who stretched the second seed before bowing out fighting in the tie breaker.
According to Sport24, Europe were leading 14-13 and needing just a half point for victory, and Francesco Molinari, who also sunk the winnning putt to give Europe the Ryder Cup last year at Medinah, again showed nerves of steel