‘Red makes adults nervy , edgy, even aggressive,’ said Gimbel.
United were understandably nervy throughout this crucial match, and they looked to have blown their chances of all three points when David Bingham equalised Jim McIntyre's early counter.
It's a nervy undertaking, but that's what local artist and Night of Artists festival organizer Phil Alain did in 1997.
Krugman caught my notice for being one guy with a really nervy suggestion on how Japan could get out of its deflationary spiral.
Blue-chip stocks fell sharply yesterday, as nervy investors caught sight of more gloomy economic data on the US horizon.
I have gone from being very pressurised and tense and nervy to being more relaxed and far happier with how things are.
David Toms produced a stunning back nine to edge out a nervy Sergio Garcia in a titanic tussle in the singles.
This is the cutting edge and it is nervy but this is why we are all in the game.
But overall the Footsie has had a nervy week - mainly on the back of poor US sentiment - and the index has fallen a net 126 points.
They were nervy sorts, fidgety, who watched your hands as you used the mobile or hunted in your bag for something but would never catch your eye.