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  • Nattering on about all the coke you did while you were a stockbroker is not the same thing as "a blistering satire of the corporate world."

    News Flash

  • According to this “narrative” (hereafter, NINNY, the “New Iraq Nattering Nabobs Yarn”), the Anbar Awakening would have taken place even had there been no U.S.

    Iraq

  • Nattering on about all the coke you did while you were a stockbroker is not the same thing as "a blistering satire of the corporate world."

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • According to this “narrative” (hereafter, NINNY, the “New Iraq Nattering Nabobs Yarn”), the Anbar Awakening would have taken place even had there been no U.S.

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  • According to this “narrative” (hereafter, NINNY, the “New Iraq Nattering Nabobs Yarn”), the Anbar Awakening would have taken place even had there been no U.S.

    Orphaned Victory

  • Nattering nabobs of negativity ... when all else fails and inevitable nominee is on the ropes .. the Clinton campaign channels Spiro Agnew?

    New Camp Hillary Claim: The Media Want Her To Lose

  • Wolf "Behold My Lupine Visage" Blitzer and the rest of the Nattering Nabobs seems to think things are getting "peaceful" because of the surge.

    McConnell: Iraq War Is "Winding Down"

  • Science teacher: Nattering on numbers skip to main

    Nattering on numbers

  • Nattering on constantly about democracy, they've failed to exercise it.

    Poll: Public Thinks Dems Are Screwing Up, But Still Likes Them

  • "Nattering nabobs of negativism" was a phrase in a speech of November 13, 1969.

    David Bromwich: William Safire: Wars Made Out of Words

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  • It means to have a sort of gossipy kind of conversation. Its half in half.

    January 14, 2010

  • The term used for the herpetological version of the Nibelungen saga.

    Also, the activity (speaking with a snake) that got Adam and Eve expelled from the garden of Eden; what JK Rowling refers to as speaking in Parseltongue (see also fourchelang.

    January 15, 2010