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Shivers

Films

  1. "Shivers" is a 1975 Canadian science fiction body horror film written and directed by David Cronenberg. Cronenberg won "Best Director" at the 1975 Sitges Film Festival.
  2. "Shivers" is a 1981 film directed by Wojciech Marczewski.

Game

"Shivers" is a single-player horror-themed PC adventure game, released on CD-ROM by Sierra On-line on September 30, 1995. It was developed with Sierra's Creative Interpreter.

  • mode: Single-player video game
  • designer: Marcia Bales
  • developer: Sierra Entertainment
  • genres: Adventure game, Puzzle game
  • publisher: Sierra Entertainment
  • released on (19 years ago)

Music

  1. "Shivers" is the second studio album by Dutch trance producer and DJ Armin van Buuren.
  2. "Shivers" is a song by the Australian post-punk band the Birthday Party. Credited to the Boys Next Door, it is the tenth and final track from the band's debut studio album Door, Door, released in 1979 on Mushroom Records. It was released as the album's only single in May 1979, backed with the B-side "Dive Position".
  3. "Shivers" is a composition.
  4. "Shivers" is a musical EP of Alec Empire.
    • released on (6 years ago)
  5. "Shivers" is a musical album of New Guitar Summit.
    • released on (6 years ago)
  6. "Shivers" is a musical EP of Kal Lavelle.
    • released on (4 years ago)

Group

Shivers is a musical group.

Miscellanea

  1. Shivers a.k.a. Shivering is a bodily function in response to early hypothermia or just feeling cold in warm-blooded animals. When the core body temperature drops, the shivering reflex is triggered to maintain homeostasis. Skeletal muscles around begin to shake in small movements, creating warmth by expending energy. Shivering can also be a response to a fever, as a person may feel cold. During fever the hypothalamic set point for temperature is raised. The increased set point causes the body temperature to rise, but also makes the patient feel cold until the new set point is reached. Rigor occurs because the patient's body is effectively shivering in a physiological attempt to increase body temperature to the new set point.
  2. Shivers was a UK-based magazine that began publication in 1992. It was dedicated to horror movies, television shows and literature.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Shivers

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Google previewKnack Leg and Hoof Care for Horses (2008)

A Complete Illustrated Guide by Micaela Myers

Shivers is a mysterious neuromuscular disease resulting in involuntary muscle ...

Google previewNightmare Movies (2011)

Horror on Screen Since the 1960s by Kim Newman

Shivers is a conscious extension of ideas from Cronenberg's fringe features, Stereo (1969) and Crimes of the Future (1970). Stereo is a ...

Google previewThe Artist as Monster (2006)

The Cinema of David Cronenberg by William Beard

Numerous thematic and stylistic features are carried over from the earlier films, but Shivers is a radically different kind of film.

Google previewClinical Veterinary Advisor (2010)

The Horse by David Wilson

Shivers is a progressive disease, although the rate of progression is not predictable. Progression will eventually result in profound disability, death caused by persistent recumbency, or the need for euthanasia. • With diet change and exercise, ...

Google previewBabyhood (1887)

The Mother's Nursery Guide by Leroy Milton Yale

To allow a child to stay in the water until it is blue about the mouth and its skin shivers is a risky experiment. So also is the dressing and undressing in a small, hot bathhouse. To bathe twice a day in the sea is not advisable. How to Bathe.

Google previewBabyhood; the Mother's Nursery Guide (1887)

To allow a child to stay in the water until it is blue about the mouth and its skin shivers is a risky experiment. So also is the dressing and undressing in a small, hot bathhouse. To bathe twice a day in the sea is not advisable. How to Bathe.

Google previewDiagnosis and Management of Lameness in the Horse (2010)

by Michael W. Ross, Sue J. Dyson

Shivers is an ill-defined neuromuscular disease and is most common in Warmbloods and draft breeds; it can occur unilaterally or bilaterally. Clinical signs usually are most obvious when a horse is backed or first moves from the stall. Horses ...

Google previewFinnish-English dictionary (1916)

by Karl Vilhelm Arminen, Eetu Aaltio

break into shivers, fly into pieces, break up, crush, splinter, -on = pirstaan. plrta s. weaver's reed, sley. plrt|eys s. liveliness; spirited- ness; briskness, -eaa. brisk; spirited, lively. plrttl s. cot, cabin; country family-room. plrttu s. strong ...

Google previewDictionary of the Efïk Language, in Two Parts (1862)

I. Efïk and English, II. English and Efïk by Hugh Goldie

Fragments; shivers; small pieces of dishes. Wobi nsiiho nkpo orii, Scoop vp, gather up the shivers of these things. Syn., Mboi. Others use it in this ...

Google previewDictionary of the Efïk language, (1874)

in two parts. I.- Efïk and English. II.- English and Efïk

Fragments; shivers ; small pieces of dishes. Wobi nsiiho nkpo orii, Scoop tip, ...

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Send shivers down someone's spine Meaning

Video shows what send shivers down someone's spine means. To terrify, to make someone feel extremely nervous.. Send shivers down someone's spine ...

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Quotes about Shivers

The bull that is used to the sun shivers by the light of the moon.
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Scrabble value of S1H4I1V4E1R1S1

The value of this 7-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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