• "I'll be frank, " says John Shiver , executive director of viral vaccine research at Merck.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Bees infected with Israeli acute paralysis virus shiver, their bodies become frozen and they die.

    ECONOMIST: A virus may help explain colony collapse disorder

  • Mr Farmer's observations sent a shiver though the salerooms, not all of which are concerned about such niceties.

    ECONOMIST: Walter Farmer

  • Lumpy men shiver by the tunnels, cupping their hands, sneaking a smoke.

    FORBES: Digital Rules

  • But something in the American project foils or escapes him, and the new work tends to plod where it should shiver and creep.

    NEWYORKER: The Ring Two

  • Two events happened on Wednesday which should send a shiver down the spine of everyone concerned about the future of the American Jewish community.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Moral relativism and jihad

  • After a very long wait, he goes back out onto the street, where he is gripped by a shiver, perhaps because of the cold.

    NEWYORKER: Labyrinth

  • Context has to do with why we wake up smiling when sunlight creeps into our bedroom and why we shiver in the cold or withdraw our hands from fire.

    FORBES: Age of Context Draft Introduction

  • She signalled for him to wait, and when she entered the bedroom the air-conditioned atmosphere made her shiver as though she had just stepped into a pool of cold water.

    NEWYORKER: Alone

  • Shiver me timbers, this could be a sea change.

    FORBES: Billionaire Sheik Wins P&O For $6.8B

  • Shiver and a colleague, Merck Senior Vice President of vaccine research Emilio Emini , approached Aventis several years ago about testing Aventis' vaccines in Merck's monkeys, hoping to get some perspective on the differences between different types of AIDS inoculations.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • North Korea's unexpected test-firing of a rocket into the Pacific in August 1998 made many people shiver at the thought of what an explosively unpredictable regime like North Korea's (or Iraq's, or Libya's) might do with an armoury of long-range missiles.

    ECONOMIST: Anti-missile defence

  • This kind of one dimensional thinking makes shiver when I think about what kind of policies Romney will enact shall he be elected president (cut all discretionary spending to prop up defense contracts and tax cuts for top 1% so to create jobs).

    FORBES: How To Fix The Student Loan System

  • They seem confident that their mainframes will survive New Year's Eve 1999 without a hiccup—but they may be unable to get into their office after the holiday to see it for themselves, or may have to shiver in an unheated room while they do.

    ECONOMIST: Please panic early

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