This led to jitteriness
and fluctuation in the stock market.
Meanwhile, spokesperson of Oyo governor-elect, Mr Dotun Oyelade, in a conversation with Nigerian Tribune, has described the decision of the local government Chairmen to seek a court injunction to uphold their tenure as unwarranted and evidence of jitteriness
A boy who was born at term after an uneventful pregnancy was noted to have poor suckling, excessive crying and jitteriness
on day 1 of life (D1OL).
The fact that last night's result was closer than the record deficit of 230 votes notched up in January can largely be put down to the jitteriness
of Brexit-backing Tory MPs.
With the stressed urban consumers on the constant look out for a beverage that picks you up without jitteriness
, that supplies hydration and functional benefits together with authentic flavours, hence, no need to add sugary calories, tea has increasingly become the cup/mug or can/bottle of the younger generations.
Extremely high daily intakes of 1,000 mg or more per day have been reported to cause nervousness, jitteriness
and similar symptoms in most people, whereas even a moderate intake may lead to similar effects in caffeine sensitive individuals.
, seizures, abdominal distension, hypotonia, poor feeding and other adverse effects of phototherapy.
"The government is initiating discussions with IMF that is leading to jitteriness
in the market and has led to a drop in the value of the PKR.
After that level, you may get symptoms such as jitteriness
, rapid heartbeat and insomnia, and at high intakes, coffee acts as a diuretic.
This caused a natural jitteriness
amongst commentators - a correction was coming, they said, but no-one could say when.
It was his jitteriness
that led to Sam Allardyce being forced to resign as England manager after vague allegations of not a lot were made in the Daily Telegraph.
L presents to the emergency room complaining of jitteriness
, headache, and tingling in his fingers, and is evaluated for suspected carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning.