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trem·bling

tremophobia.

trem·bling

(trem'bling),
The shaking or quaking of a tremor.

trembling

visible muscle tremor caused by fever, fear, weakness, electrolyte imbalance, especially hypocalcemia and hypomagnesemia, and neuromuscular disease.

trembling disease
of sheep, scrapie; of piglets, congenital tremor syndrome.
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But a statement from executive chairman Peter Trembling read: "We fully understand and appreciate there will be considerable debate about the identity of the new appointment.
NOTTS COUNTY chairman Peter Trembling last night promised: We are fit to run the football club and all will be revealed in a week.
13 (ANI): A letter retrieved from the Royal Archives at Windsor Palace reveals Britain's late Queen Mother Elizabeth was left trembling with fear after a Nazi bomb landed on Buckingham Palace.
and under me the floor and my feet on it are trembling it is late it was
Then, Garcetti's task will be to figure out how to get the council members to pay attention to members of the public who come to testify before the body, often inwardly trembling.
Mei, Gaye Atay, Sonja Kostich, and Pedro Osorio lay on the ground, morphing from curled balls to rigid flexions, their entire bodies trembling in tension.
I suspect the same seems possible for next season's football, for the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Man Utd, etc, will be trembling and shaking in their shoes at the prospect of seeing the 'Dad's Army' team sheet masquerading as Aston Villa.
With its inscription A GERMAN CITIZEN, FEAR, an untitled drawing (all works 2004) of a man sitting at a table with a drink in front of him, his legs trembling, underlines a theme running through this exhibition: Germans' fears--exaggerated, in Dan Perjovschi's estimation--for the future.
The boys would stand there with their lips trembling / until she was magically in the garden extending her wrist and / pinching off a rose stem.
this becoming-historical of humankind, seems to be intimately tied to the properly Christian even of another secret, or more precisely of a mystery, the mysterium tremendum: the terrifying mystery, the dread, fear and trembling of the Christian in the experience of the sacrificial gift.
The Ghost with Trembling Wings looks at the quests of people who seek lost creatures not only in the wild, but also in the laboratory.
ITALY: Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini of Milan, a longtime papabile, or possible candidate to be the next pope, has confirmed that he has a trembling in his hands associated with Parkinson's disease.