Nag Definition

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1. 'Will you leave off nagging?' he snarled. 1
2. A feeling of unease nagged at her. 1
3. A great supplement used by top Russian, Finnish and Ukranian athletes who competed in the 1998 Winter Olympic Games at Nagano. 0
4. A nagging oversupply of houses and record - low - builder confidence suggest new - home sales won't perk up soon, either. 1
5. A nagging oversupply of houses and record-low home-builder confidence suggest new-home sales won't perk up soon, either. 1
6. A year after leaving Monaco he was named coach of Nagoya Grampus Eight in what was still the fledgling J-League. 0
7. Actually , Nagasaki was not among the primary targets of the nuclear strike sixty years ago. 0
8. Admiral Nagumo received word of his new assignment as he headed back from the futile sortie toward the Marshalls. 0
9. Adventitious buds regeneration from etiolated internode segment of apple cultivar Nagafu No. 0
10. After becoming the youngest luge participant ever as a 16-year-old at the 1998 Nagano Games in Japan, Keshavan returned home to the Himalayas and went to work waiting tables. 0
11. All that is known is that Tethlis died that day, and lacking his driving presence the armada turned back from Naggaroth. 0
12. All this occurred after the two atomic bombs had been dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. 0
13. Among the successful opposition candidates was Hitoshi Motoshima, who was narrowly elected to a fourth term as mayor of Nagasaki. 0
14. And after the cheeseboard, my sweet tooth's nagging, so I need another great big stodgy wedge of Blackforest Gateau. 1
15. And after the cheeseboard, my sweet tooth's nagging,(This website ) so I need another great big stodgy wedge of Blackforest Gateau. 1
16. And as Sundberg points out, while most countries are on target to meet the completion rate for primary school education, a nagging question lingers. 1
17. And most importantly of all, communicate an idea; don't nag about it. 1
18. And when you try to impose them on others, you make yourself into a bully, a boring nag, or a self-righteous bigot. 1
19. As a Research Associate at Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences, Shibata works in the field of advertising design and graphic art using digital media and print media. 0
20. As if to compensate for that public role of helpfulness and deference, at home they're nagging and dominant, hypercritical, unhelpful, frigid, and unpleasant. 1
21. As Illidan set out with the naga, Warden Maiev Shadowsong began to hunt him. 1
22. At first I was brazenly happy, bullish with solipsistic joy; yet most of the time I was puzzlingly, naggingly unhappy. 1
23. At the back of her mind was a nagging worry about the Tarlands' relationship with Marco. 1
24. At the time Azerbaijan was in conflict with neighbouring Armenia over the disputed territory of Nagorno - Karabakh. 0
25. Athelstan watched the scene around him and tried to keep his mind free of Benedicta and the petty jealousies which nagged him. 1
26. Aunt Molly is a nag about regular meals. 1
27. Azhag was not entirely Azhag any more, the immeasurably strong personality of Nagash was gradually eating him away. 0
28. B is Nagasaki, what job to produce again during World War II? 0
29. Babbitt told Zilla that she was a nagging, jealous, sour and unwholesome woman. 1
30. Based on Nagel-Schreckenberg model(NS for short), it includes effective gap and brake light, moreover a novel concept about the variable security gap is introduced. 0

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