beating heart

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beating heart

adjective Without cardiopulmonary bypass or median sternotomy.
References in classic literature ?
Oliver leaned his head upon his hand when the old man disappeared, and pondered, with a trembling heart, on the words he had just heard.
If it were not ridiculous to make a display of our triumph, I would invite the count to our house; besides that, he doubtless has some trembling heart to comfort.
Or, as Cave puts it not too succinctly: "If I were to use that threadbare metaphor of albums being like children then Push The Sky Away is the ghost-baby in the incubator and bandmate Warren Ellis' loops are its tiny, trembling heart.
Jesus, Thou art all compassion, Pure, unbounded love thou art; Visit us with thy salvation; Enter every trembling heart.
He followed each movement; each clash resounded in his trembling heart.
He told Catholics in a ceremony at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception he was joining them as their new bishop "with genuine excitement and a trembling heart.
But as lowlife talent agent and Mari's current boyfriend Ray Say (Michael Caine) soon discovers, there's a stack of gold records beating inside the trembling heart of this reluctant little nightingale.
The muffled sobs of people undergoing the same surreal journey as we, the loved ones of someone lying hopeless on an ICU bed - feels like an inevitable foreboding flooding our trembling hearts.
As we stand at the edge of the water surrounded by the faithful community and exposed as sinners with trembling hearts at the cusp of judgment and hopeful anticipation, the saving water of grace flows toward us.