For example, Mr Letterblair/Norman Lloyd, Newland's superior at the law firm where he works, will use a metal cigar clipper to snip off the end of his cigar with cold efficiency, when he instructs Newland to persuade Ellen not to sue for a divorce, and Newland will ineptly demonstrate his "new stylographic pen" to Ellen when, full of desire, he pursues her in Boston, the pen needing to be briskly shaken to make it work, with Newland describing the process as like jerking down the mercury in a thermometer, a reminder of the feverishness
of their encounters.
However, it substitutes tones of black comedy, exaggerated graveyard humour, for the emotional feverishness
and solemnity that, in Le Livre brise, characterize the narration of Ilse Doubrovsky's burial, explicitly referred to by Weitzmann's narrator as he tells of events at the Cimetiere de Bagneux (Chaos, p.
For most people this just means suffering a miserable few days of feverishness
, shivering and aching muscles but for the elderly and weak a dose of this common illness can be fatal.
But like I said the achiness went away and the feverishness
was dying down.
A band of light crosses his eyes, emphasizing their feverishness
. The polite leading man has become a frightened monster.
Whitman's energetic spirit of inclusiveness and Poe's dark isolation and feverishness
, rather than Longfellow's courtesy and deference, were often evoked by the younger Yiddish poets in their angst, their linguistic and spiritual alienation, and their ambivalent feelings about the mysteries of the city.
Approximate Percentage of Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Reporting Specific Symptoms  Symptom Percentage Fatigue 100 Difficulty concentrating 90 Headache 90 Sore throat 85 Tender lymph nodes 80 Muscle aches 80 Joint aches 75 Feverishness
75 Difficulty sleeping 70 Psychiatric problems 65 Allergies 55 Abdominal cramps 40 Weight loss 20 Rash 10 Rapid pulse 10 Weight gain 5 Chest pain 5 Night sweats 5 Revised CDC Criteria for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 
There was "speculative feverishness
," a desire to beat out rivals, maximize profits, and grow even larger.
Clinical illness was defined as 2 or more symptoms, including cough, headache, sore throat, myalgia, feverishness
, or a temperature of at least 37.8 [degrees] C on 3 or more successive diary entries.
The institute is located at the border between the city and the countryside, and the text itself carries an open visa between the actual experience to which Guibert alludes at the novel's opening and the slight feverishness
of his own imagination.
Alison Gertz, the "self-made symbol of heterosexual transmission," was transformed by the disease from spoiled club-kid to dreamy teen, sighing on Oprah about her "romantic" (actually dismal) one-night stand; hers was "cast as a cautionary tale about the dangers of straying outside the acceptable borders." Fair enough, but it's misguided to characters fans' "feverishness
and obsession" after the announcement of Magic Johnson's H.I.V.-positive status not as sorrow that a radiant talent would be struck down before his time but as a "strangely personal sense of outrage" toward a player who projected an image of monogamous family ties while living like a self-indulgent celebrity.
Whether or not one accepts Saint-Foix's description of G minor as 'a tonality that for Mozart always bore a marked significance of passionate feverishness
', or Einstein's assertion that 'G minor is for Mozart the key of fate', one cannot deny that Mozart's G minor works have enjoyed a singular reception history.