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NAG

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Numerical Algorithms Group.

NAG

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So they ignore us and force us to 'nag.' But there is rarely any power in a 'Nagger Of One;' except when the nagger is so persistent he or she goes to a higher authority or to the media.
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It would have been possible, for instance, to use the word [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] ('griniaris'), which translates as 'nagger'; [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] ('fonaklas'), meaning 'loudmouth'; or even [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] ('katsufis'), which back-translates as 'grumpy'.
Even an honest difference of opinion should be presented pleasantly without in any way giving the impression of being a nagger or a frustrated person.
For him, it was the fact that I was an overachieving nagger of impossible standards that were unquantifiable in engineering terms.
Part of her secret was that she excelled in being a cheerful but persistent nagger."
Signature smelling booths and the well trafficked Upper East Side location will quickly make this a destination for shoppers that is well fitting with the elegance of the neighborhood, said Claps, who said the interiors will be designed by Patrick Elie Nagger.
An expert nagger. I'm thinking about writing a book on it.
In that sense, the nagger and the effeminate reflected both wider fears for manhood's future and the specific challenges that some of these men identified in their own professional lives.
Unlike other years when I have been a lone voice and the one or two isolated students of color dared not speak, this quarter was full of lively conversation and I was not tagged "the nagger" for my insistence on considering issues the students would just as soon ignore.
The history of philosophy suggests that the nit-picking of Socrates' wife drove him out into the streets of the Agora, where he became the number-one nagger of the Athenians.