1 darbari sacked, the other flees and the rest start trembling
as they look over their shoulders
Key words: trembling
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Mike Heron and Trembling
Bells, Hall Two, Sage Gateshead Back in the 1960s Mike Heron was a lead member of seminal hippy folk superstars the Incredible String Band.
Today, Pathak has used what he learned about canceling human tremor to help the more than 5 percent of the United States population suffering with essential tremor and to help others with neurological diseases like Parkinson's that can cause trembling
He said: "The prosecutor says his voice was wavering and trembling
The houses built under the Shuikousi bridge even tremble, when lorries, buses and other vehicles pass, to the extent that one resident said that he was so used to the trembling
that he did not feel the Wenchuan earthquake in 2008, despite it shaking the city.
But there are also other words that come to mind, among them: fear and trembling
The League Two outfit have been hit by financial problems recently and are again under new ownership after Trew bought the club from Peter Trembling
I remember I was trembling
ten years ago, absolutely trembling
ON THE eve of Notts County's biggest cup game in almost two decades, former executive chairman Peter Trembling
revealed he is to start legal proceedings against Munto Finance.
Executive chairman Peter Trembling
also left but Eriksson is being given an honorary title at Meadow Lane of joint life-president of football.