- A tremor
is an involuntary, somewhat
rhythmic, muscle contraction
and relaxation involving oscillations
or twitching movements
of one or more body parts...
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- The Tremulous
Hand of Worcester
is the name given
to a 13th-century scribe
of Old English
m****cripts with handwriting characterized
by large, shaky,...
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of the lens with eye movement. This is often
due to lens subluxation, the incomplete...
- effects – the flowing
melisma, the soaring
mezzo-soprano confidence, the tremulous fluttering
the ends of lines
- fact, nearly normal
– the finer
up-strokes, on the contrary, are all tremulous
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- all over 'Nasty' ... Or that they completely dismissed
her tremulous hesitance
fits into the abstinence anthem
'Let's Wait Awhile'." Cl****ical...
- 2015. Barretto, Lawrence
(5 July 2015). "British GP: Lewis
Hamilton, tremulous during
his home win to the fans". autosport.com...
- and although
the famous scribe known
as the Tremulous
Hand of Worcester) could still
read Old English
in the thirteenth
as br****y, powerful, effortless
and resonant, often demonstrating
the octave range
of her voice