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  • n. Plural form of nag.


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  • Use the word "nags" at 1 across and the word "newt" at 1 down.

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  • The title nags at me the same way Google does – moral and righteous overtones applied to a company that seems to me to be remarkably amoral I’m not not saying immoral.

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  • In this light, even the discussion about successors to Heinlein nags at me, because I see it, perhaps unfairly, as another aspect of trying to come up with easy categorization in a field where such categorization is anything but easy and where labels create false expectation after false expectation.

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  • DEAR EXPERIENCE: When a partner "nags," the nagging becomes the relationship red herring, soaking up the emotional energy, while the source of the discontent can be pushed aside.

    Ask Amy

  • Eventually I just give up, but always notice it there with my bookmark and it kind of nags me to know I'm not going to finish it.

    The 33% Rule

  • Another point that kind of nags me: if the simulation hypothesis is true, then it really becomes meaningless to say that we may be "artificial life".

    Posthuman Blues

  • If Bertie 'nags' ahern was here €22 billion would be no problem.

  • In Windows 7, the new User Account Control slider dialog that appears in the system's new Action Center enables users to turn off the "nags" that bothered them so much in Windows Vista.


  • Meaning that it is complete and functional software that does not require payment or other compensation (such as nags or advertising) for its use.

    20 Newest Free Software Downloads - Freeware

  • But Meisenbach found that far from being "nags," the women in the study repeatedly made attempts to show their appreciation for their partner's contributions.

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