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An armed conflict including one or more governments, and causing the death of 1,000 or more people per year
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In 2068, the indestructible Captain Scarlet leads the agents of Spectrum in a war of nerves against the Mysterons from Mars.
Assistant Managing Editor Evan Thomas reports on the war of nerves, and how the troops preparing for conflict with Iraq are coping with it.
I think many things will happen from now on, and there will be a war of nerves for the time being," the official said on condition of anonymity.
There's no doubt that the highlights were the singles - the first hit I Know Where It's At, the poignant War of Nerves, the Red Hot Chili Peppers' cover Under The Bridge and the unforgettable Never Ever.
THE Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots, rivals in the AFC East, are prepared for a fourth-quarter war of nerves in tonight's NFL clash.
When the old man tries to gain advantage over his young master, it triggers a tricky, escalating war of nerves.
Janice Moodie faces a war of nerves at Royal Lytham and St Anne's today as she bids to become the first Scots winner of the Weetabix British Women's Open.
The Ryder Cup war of nerves starts in earnest next week.
South Korea and Japan are waging a war of nerves over Tokyo's request for President Lee Myung Bak to visit in April, Yonhap News Agency reported Tuesday.
Mr Shephard spent a decade compiling quotes from psychiatrists and veterans for his book A War of Nerves, on which he claims much of Motion's poem is based.
QUEENS PARK RANGERS' play-off hero Paul Furlong triggered the war of nerves with Cardiff City by declaring, ``All the pressure is on them.
They plan to perform hits such as Never Ever, War Of Nerves, I Know Where It's At and Under The Bridge on the main stage, tomorrow afternoon - and they are looking forward to it, despite the inevitable lip-curling from critics who think they shouldn't be there.

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