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NAG

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Numerical Algorithms Group.

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We join her at a moment when Demi herself has taken the decision to transfer from her mainstream school (where her forceful mother is naggingly insistent she should stay) to a specialist College for the Deaf.
Obama faces challenges galore, such as a budget crisis, naggingly high unemployment, and renewed strife in the Middle East.
It's just that Gervais' post-David Brent fame has also spawned a spate of naggingly so-so Hollywood movies, nauseating schmooze-fests with new-found A-list celebrity mates and an increasing air of smug self-satisfaction on the Reading comic's part.
is only back and the judgment is endless, though not because some deity judges you, but because your actions are naggingly being judged for all time by yourself .
Being a father and being part of my own family has rekindled a lot of that lost spirit, although I still have a naggingly realistic outlook on things," he added.
Prose, on the other hand, seems naggingly to demand a specific setting" (63).
But there were, don't forget, moments in the first three days of the First Test that had a naggingly familiar apocalyptic feel about them for England cricket fans.
We deal in melody, and some of them are naggingly catchy.
In fact, it's usually the form of revision I revert to the most when there seems to be something naggingly but inexplicably not quite right about a draft.
made of it, or note more than passingly its naggingly counterintuitive aspects, (10) to find the hypothesis suggestive and enlivening
Naggingly accurate, Martin became the first bowler to claim a five-for on his championship debut for Warwickshire since Makhaya Ntini, against Middlesex at Lord's in 2005.
Happily, THE JOY FORMIDABLE proved capable of living up to their name over in the Town Hall, delivering spiky, thumping female-fronted guitar pop in the Long Blondes mould, the sort of naggingly addictive songs you'd expect to have on continuous repeat.