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To top it all off, Gore nervily quoted George Akerlof, winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize for Economics, who told Der Spiegel, "This is the worst government the US has ever had in its more than 200 years of history.
Docherty has only ever come unstuck at European and world level, losing to Vicenzo Belcastro, Johnny Bredahl and nervily surrendering to Alfred Kotey.
Nervily shot handheld style, Victor Garcia-Leon's grubby father-son comedy "Vete de mi" charmed Spanish crix.
Mansell (56), chiefly aided by Shropshire's James Ralph - fresh from his classy midweek NatWest Trophy knock against Somerset - set Kidder on their way, but it still rather nervily needed their ninth-wicket pair to see the visitors across the finishing line.
In Trainspotting, the movie which sealed McGregor's fate and fame, his crazed character Renton nervily sweats through several frenzied nights as he is weaned off heroin.
Along with vitiating all that was special and brave about the couple, Jones can't even manage a complicated version of the gay man/ straight woman arrangement, presenting instead a tired stereotype of lost souls (which he bases on a few outdated articles from twenty to twenty-five years ago that he nervily refers to as "recent studies").
Image follows image fluently, each one more nervily surreal than the last.
Oramo's reading was appropriately "big band", glowing yet nervily bursting with elan.