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tremulous

 [trem´u-lus]
shaking, trembling, or quivering.

trem·u·lous

(trem'yū-lŭs),
Characterized by tremor.

trem·u·lous

(trem'yū-lŭs)
Characterized by tremor.
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In anticipation of similar uprisings, India has deployed more than 500,000 soldiers in the restive region to tackle rising militancy as civilian support for the separatists grows, a measure that will ultimately translate in repeated atrocious crackdown on separatists and civilians alike raising the death toll in the tremulous region.
A love story rooted in history and Palestinian culture, Bitter Almonds is inspired by the tremulous events in the Middle East and author Lilas Taha's family history.
I think readers of this magazine would nominate two words that would give "cellar door," and "tremulous," a run for their money.
In a brassy yet tremulous voice, she began to sing:
AFTER a tremulous first half of the season in one-day cricket, Yorkshire Vikings are now in a solid and unflinching patch of form that could bring them unexpected success on two fronts.
Given a gloss of respectability by the tastefulness of Garcia's style, the genteel photography of Christophe Beaucarne, an unobjectionable score from Daniel Pemberton, a performance of tremulous commitment from Marion Cotillard, and a certain ineffable Frenchness, this bonbon might have enough to woo those who equate "French" with "artistic." But even they may find themselves put off by a credibility-assassinating final-act reveal.
For three years, I struggled with tremulous speech.
That's not the case for one prolific 13th century writer known to scholars only as the Tremulous Hand of Worcester.
He held the keys Of nature's variant moods and solitudes A druid gray, his loving life-blood leapt In transport tremulous beneath the power Of beauty and of symmetry that slept Within the petals of the frailest flower.
Working with Alty, a consultant neurologist with a specialist interest in movement disorders, has resulted in a study of the tremor of the thirteenth-century Tremulous Hand of Worcester (explained in more detail below).
David Cameron can either show tremulous fastidiousness and lose or ruthless pragmatism and win."
David Cameron can either show tremulous fastidiousness and lose or ruthless pragmatism and win" - Best-selling writer Frederick Forsyth on the coming general election.