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Naggers were women who threatened the authority of husbands in particular and men in general.
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.
He blew at a pair of naggers trying to land on his knee.
We teachers have also to be actors, head coaches, naggers, humdrummers, stirrers, listeners, susser-outers, intuiters, creators, pacifiers, and masters of repetition.
The last two years, there were more naggers in the locker room.