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shank's nag

One's legs and feet, used for walking; travel by foot. Also "shanks' nag." A reference to the shank— the lower leg between the knee and the ankle—and the use of ponies or horses for travel. My bicycle fell apart three miles away from home, so I had to use shank's nag to go the rest of the way. Unfortunately, with the sedentary lifestyle many lead today, shank's nag has largely become an obsolete mode of travel.
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nag at (one)

To lecture or reprimand one in an annoying, pestering manner, especially about something one considers minor, trivial, or inconsequential. Would you stop nagging me already? I'll do the dishes later! Look, I don't like having to nag you about this, but those reports really need to be filed today.
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nag at someone (about someone or something)

to pester someone about someone or something. Don't keep nagging at me about her. Stop nagging at me!
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nag

1. tv. to pester someone constantly. (From a centuries-old word meaning gnaw.) Stop nagging me!
2. n. a worn-out horse. (Probably from a centuries-old word for horse.) I bet a week’s pay on that nag. Look what happened!
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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated the user evaluation teams from the Indian Army on Nag's successful completion of user trials.
When asked about preparing for Freedom's arrival, "Ang tagal ko nag prep, that's my favorite part.
Detection results of urinary mAlb, [alpha]1-MG and NAG levels: The urinary mAlb, [alpha]1-MG and NAG levels of patients in the DN group were significantly higher than those of the diabetes group and control, suggesting statistically significant differences (P<0.05; Table-I).
Nag's fifty-year-long career includes five years of stage acting and 45 years in cinema.
The NAG permanent collection is an art treasure that has to last for ever.
Finally, clinically, there was no difference between the PAG and NAG groups at two-year follow-up.
Nag was killed in a ' people's court' called Jan Adalat by Maoists for supporting development works.
The urinary NAG values were expressed as the urinary NAG/creatinine ratio.
Organisations lacking in AD skills can rely on NAG and Aachen to provide tried and trusted results.
When you nag, you morph in his mind into a scolding Hilda Ogden lookalike in apron and curlers.
Four year-old NAG roots were sourced from Canada, and the dried ginseng root samples were used to make an extract with a total ginsenoside content of 28.25%.
Trwy Gwen, rydym yn llwyddo i ddarganfod mwy am Mathias nag erioed o'r blaen.
"The positive thing of quantitative easing out of Japan and other economies is that they will start to grow, but we have to be wary of building asset bubbles" and economic overheating, said ADB Managing Director Rajat Nag. Nag noted inflationary pressures are already "on the uptick" in many countries in Asia as economies reach full manufacturing capacity.
and other investigators have successfully developed nanofibers of sodium alginate (NAG) and poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVA) blends using the electrospinning technique because PVA carries excellent properties (chemical resistant, water solubility, biodegradability, and physical properties) and in addition strongly interacts with NAG through hydrogen bonding at molecular level (5-8).
Rajat Nag, the ADB's managing director general, said the AIF, which was launched on the sidelines of the ADB's annual meeting here, will be used to finance the development of road, rail, power, water and other critical infrastructure needs in Southeast Asia, which are estimated at about $60 billion a year.