As she fell, the Hulk screamed and turned, ripping the gun from the cowboy's suddenly nerveless fingers.
If it was still in doubt after recovering from his painful and career - threatening injury, the Spaniard proved his mettle with a magnificent, nerveless run-in.
Those privileged enough to have watched that astonishing display of nerveless attacking tennis in the women's singles final of the 118th Wimbledon championships will never, ever, forget it.
But then she saw he had dropped the gun from nerveless hands and she could not fault him at all.
The buzzer went off and the performance sheet feel to the bleachers from nerveless hands
She gulped and ran quick, nerveless fingers through her hair knowing she looked more than a mess.
The sword dropped from her nerveless fingers as she slumped forward, trying to stay conscious, using the last of her rapidly-fading strength to lift one hand to the hilt of the dagger at her belt, pulling it free.
Once again, the dissidents among us underestimated the royals and their vast reserves of sheer determination, their nerveless calculations and - let's not pretend otherwise - their power.
The sound is less spectacular: a nerveless mono mix.
With nerveless indifference, she was prepared to see the larger portion of her friends as well as enemies in high places depart the scene as a direct result of her behaviour.