Nervy sentence example

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  • nervy draw in France.
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  • We could be in for a very nervy run to the line.
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  • division play-offs after a nervy afternoon at Portman Road.
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  • nervy in the second half, as England chased the game, leaving space at the back.
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  • nervy moments with 3 of the last 4 games being won by 1-0 margins.
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  • nervy start, Plunkett bowled superbly well at Lord's, and steadily here.
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  • nervy final few minutes for the Blues.
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  • nervy performance for the Warwickshire batsman.
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  • nervy finish - but Wigan held on.
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  • Meanwhile, Beef Or Salmon's as short as 9-2, but looks a little nervy, kicking out in the parade.
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  • The band played well on stage after a slightly nervy start, after being drawn between Brighouse and Grimethorpe.
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  • The masses of wild garlic by the Sylfaen brook, close to the A458, concluded an aromatic but rather nervy outing.
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  • Arthur is very laid back and Nell is quite nervy, I think it is just her nature.
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  • Ian and David played well but Klim got off to a somewhat nervy start.
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  • She takes to the stage, slight, clad in jeans and lumberjack shirt, looking almost nervy.
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  • The game got nervy in the last few minutes but Sporting held on for a point in the end.
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