nervous wreck

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nervous wreck

n (fam) to be a nervous wreckavere i nervi a pezzi
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15) and the way this uncaring Government has reduced many jobseekers looking for non-existent jobs online to nervous wrecks.
On one hand this new wealth of medical knowledge can inform and empower us but it can also turn the worried well into nervous wrecks.
Bankers are celebrating their massive pay cheques The rest of us are turning into nervous wrecks Government promises are nothing but a load of rigmarole The country's economy is sinking further into a big black hole We each as individuals cannot do everything But neither are we puppets on a string Fight back and hold onto your dream Things aren't as bad as they seem We were worse off after World War II But we set up the NHS and welfare benefits too Keep that vision alive That truth will help us survive
That setback left Blackburn stuck in the bottom three and raised the suggestion among fans that some Rovers stars are nervous wrecks.
Other celeb contestants included MEL C and STACEY SOLOMON, who looked like nervous wrecks, while poor CHLOE MADELEY had to pull out with a back problem.
At the moment headteachers are nervous wrecks thinking about these tests.
Then there was the madcap Some Mothers Do Ave Em, Frank Spencer used to turn his victims into nervous wrecks And millions used to watch On The Buses To see all the antics on the upper and lower decks.
Proud parents John and Joyce Ferrie told today they were nervous wrecks as they watched their son stride towards golfing greatness.
WELL another performance that tells everyone that if you stand off Villa they can play, but if you get in their faces they are reduced to nervous wrecks who look like they have never played together before.
The first 10 or 15 minutes, everybody was a bunch of nervous wrecks out there.
Tonight Daniel Parker will take to the chair that has reduced adults to nervous wrecks.
Misunderstandings over e-mail can make us nervous wrecks in work and ruin our personal lives, according to a survey by Yahoo