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  • Martin had an excitement not free from anxiety.
  • They sent him, with anxiety over the cost, to a smart school near Zenith, where he met the sons of manufacturers and discovered a taste for fast motors and eccentric clothes, and no taste what ever for studying.
  • He paid, in fact, an enormous price for looking at Orchid’s lips, and no amount of anxiety about the price kept him from looking at them.
  • But there was a steady calm about them; there was, Martin believed, no anxiety over money in their voices nor any restlessness of envy and scandalous gossip.
  • He was shivering with anxiety.
  • If—" His caressing hands could feel her shiver with anxiety.
  • a hostess who of old time had been proud to know him, a hostess whose maiden name was Straufnabel and who had married into the famous old Anglican family of Rosemont when Gottlieb bade her "Auf Wiedersehen" cried out upon him, "Dr. Gottlieb, I’m very sorry, but the use of that disgusting language is not permitted in this house!" He had almost recovered from the anxieties of Winnemac and the Hunziker factory; he had begun to expand, to entertain people— scientists, musicians, talkers.

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  • She suffers from more than the usual pre-test anxiety.
  • It is a vicious cycle in which worry leads to a drop in the stock market and the drop in the stock market leads to increased anxiety.

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