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ride (someone's) butt

To frequently or constantly harass, nag, or upbraid someone to do, accomplish, or complete something. The boss is riding everyone's butt to get the project finished by next week. Quit riding my butt, I'll get it done eventually!
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Bert Robins, SeaCast vice president and co-owner said, "We are thrilled to have our Butte facility team up with GE Aviation.
For instance, when the nurse is asking about their pain, we can't tell if it was a male nurse or a female nurse," Butte says, adding that variation could change the answer from the patient.
For example: The future of a molybdenum mine at Crested Butte has been argued.
Josh Pierce, Butte College associate faculty, said the energy policy within the state and federal government is evolving, and the college is studying where future green jobs will be available.
Steve is a teacher at Butte High and has two sons, Samuel age 8 and Jackson age 5.
A butte is defined as 'a hill that rises abruptly from the surrounding area, has sloping sides and a flat top,' and the word derives from the old French word meaning 'mound behind targets.
This week a fascinating TG4 documentary on Butte follows the fortunes and tragedies of the men who lived and played hard.
July 21-22, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Center for the Arts Crested Butte, 606 6th St, 970.
It is a chilly March evening and the Green Party of Butte, Montana, is clustered around one end of an enormous conference table.
Houston, has acquired a 22 percent% equity interest in Butte Pipe Line Company from Murphy Ventures, a subsidiary of Murphy Oil Corporation.
Rooms that were left sealed and undisturbed for years in a derelict Butte, Montana, house have yielded a glimpse into daily lives otherwise ignored, denied, and certainly never preserved.
In Butte, Montana, winter does not release its grip by March, not even to honor St.
Sellers, a former officer, director and shareholder of First National Summit Bankshares, Crested Butte, Colorado, a former bank holding company, and a former officer and director of First National Summit Bank, Crested Butte, Colorado, a former national bank.
Though the area was mined between 1870 and the late 1950s, the Crowne Butte mine will cover more land.