Jitters | definition of jitters by Medical dictionary
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An episode of performance anxiety preceding a public event, which may affect speakers, stage actors—hence the alternate, term ‘stage fright’—and soloist musicians; it may respond to anxiolytics
1 irregularities in ultrasound echo locations caused by mechanical or electronic disturbances.
2 a very uneasy, nervous feeling.
jitters 'Butterflies' Psychology An episode of nervousness or anxiety that often precedes a public event; jitters is a type of performance anxiety which may affect actors in a stage production–stage fright or soloist musicians; it may respond to anxiolytics
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NASA officials now plan a "dynamics test" in which engineers will give the telescope's position-holding "reaction wheels" a precisely specified nudge and then measure the jitter
response, Nurre says.
The addition of the Jitters
cafe provides an important element to the House2Home concept, as we continue our efforts to create an ideal shopping experience for our customers," said Henry Ragin, vice president, director of merchandising for House2Home.
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