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He remembers how he got to the train station to find it jammed with people, a crowd on the edge of panic.
Why do deadlines push us to the edge of panic and near insanity?
But there was a constant edge of panic to these preliminary hoops I needed to jump through, knowing that every second lost was another second we'd be in darkness while going up and/or down the 10,358-foot mountain.
One is, I think, a boy or girl on edge of panic, on edge of dropping a tray and quitting during the brief pause.
This Vivaldi was on the edge of panic, with dubious intonation and raggy entries.
Part of the reason why there's an edge of panic sweeping the system is that some companies are trying to get rid of the traditional company pension scheme.
Both teams lived on the edge of panic as the first half continued without cohesive back movements.
There has been a faint edge of panic -- or is it helplessness?