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nervous system
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  • ’This violent strain upon the nervous system over, my lord, what ensues?
  • And so natural did this sort of performance come to Mr Snittle Timberry, that on their way out of the theatre and towards the tavern where the supper was to be holden, he testified the severity of his recent indisposition and its wasting effects upon the nervous system, by a series of gymnastic performances which were the admiration of all witnesses.

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  • The protein is found in the peripheral nervous system.
  • the muscles, the heart and lungs, the digestive system, the nervous system, the brain.
    David Almond  --  Skellig

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