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Today's Word of the Day means...
extremely irritating, annoying, or trying:
a nerve-racking day; a nerve-racking noise.
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In this month's column, we'll discuss some strategies for that
Job interviews are
enough, but imagine a whole university system watching while each question is asked.
It can be
even with a rock-solid case.
All of these factors contribute to a
job search for applicants and interviewers alike.
Ultimately, editing turns out to be even more
In the early years of flight, getting an aircraft into the air might have been
, but it was hardly complex.
ride that ensued foreshadowed his current wild adventure.
Yet, despite this
spasm, the recorded figures suggest that the violence is still in retreat.
It can be a
search for that car-propelling fuel.
But this is nonetheless a
time for everyone else.
British Dictionary definitions for
very distressing, exhausting, or harrowing
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When a doctor does go wrong he is the first of criminals. He has nerve and he has knowledge.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
You got a lotta nerve To say you are my friend When I was down You just stood there grinning.
Little do such men know the toil, the pains, The daily, nightly racking of the brains, To range the...