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Admitting the TV appearance didn't come without nerves, the former soap star, who has earned her stripes on the reality TV circuit with runs on Strictly Come Dancing and Celebrity Big Brother, broke down in tears as she relayed the loss of her best friend to the Harley Street therapist, and opened up about her painful marriage breakdown with ex-husband Peter Amory.
Obeying the Spirit, Ezekiel then told the dried-out, dead bones -- without nerves, brain stem, or ears -- to listen to the word of the Lord (Ezekiel 37:4).
We played without nerves, which is down to our experience.
If we can play without nerves on Wednesday and stay calm I'm convinced Celtic can't win in our stadium.
I think if you can go into a game as big as Rangers versus Celtic without nerves then that's where problems start.
It's time for a serene debate, without nerves or politicisation, as befits a developed, modern economy ready to take advantage of all growth opportunities," he said.
Wewere playing a quality side but played without nerves and didn't freeze,'' he said.
The bustling forward is playing without nerves or fear, and it is his all-round game which is at the root of the optimism which will surround Thursday's clash.
In Rome I was able to play without nerves, without the anxiety that I had in the first two tournaments.
The recalled centre-back scored both goals in a 2-2 draw at the Britannia Stadium last season and says Wolves head to the Potteries tonight without nerves.
If it seems as if I was without nerves I can tell you I have nerves and they were quite tense.