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1. A lot of nit-picking was going on about irrelevant things.
2. Critics point out the nit-picking thoroughness which legal authorities in the Republic so often bring to bear on extradition requests.
3. Yet it hesitates, and takes refuge in nit-picking.
4. I've had enough of your constant nit-picking. Why can't you say something encouraging?
5. They think nit-picking others will make them feel good.
6. You can't imagine, Her new boyfriend is a nit-picking lawyer.
7. It has been made to look like nit-picking or legalism for anyone to be concerned over what we see, hear, touch or eat.
8. This nit-picking is sickening to your friends.
9. The nit-picking boss who is behind schedule becomes even more difficult, making subordinates ever more miserable.
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10. Her new boyfriend is a nit-picking lawyer.
11. This is not just semantic nit-picking, there is a practical reason to use these elements correctly.
12. A nit-picking boss can be balanced by a hug from a loved one, a yummy dinner, and a good night's sleep.
13. And finally, the bottom line, is the budget approved without long delay and nit-picking?
14. Today the old-fashioned kind of graft mostly gets stamped on by a fiercely nit-picking bureaucracy.
15. Most businesses, especially small businesses, can not afford to squander vast sums of money on such refined legalistic nit-picking.
16. And it insisted that its work be kept secret for a long time so its nascent idea was not subject to nit-picking criticism.
17. "I can't believe that (Californians) will put up with all these nanny, nit-picking laws, " KFI-AM radio talk-show host John Kobylt said.
18. Yet, many college students do not treasure the happiness from love, instead, they are favor of nit-picking their boyfriend or girlfriend and demanding more and more things.
19. If there were several females in the area, the cost of buying sex would drop dramatically -- a male could "buy" a female for just eight minutes of nit-picking.
20. Phase one is control which is exercised through constant trivial daily nit-picking criticism etc.
21. Or perhaps the image came not from humans, but from some natural-history programme about our simian relatives, who spend much of their time literally nit-picking as part of grooming.
22. Yet, many college students do not treasure the happiness from love; instead, they are nit-picking and demanding their boyfriend or girlfriend.
23. Their activities turn all too quickly into a theoretical, nit-picking discussion about politically correct language, complete with internecine feuds between different lobbies.
24. An organization is often the existence of a bad habit, which is its highest for the people to be cynical, nit-picking. criticized the habit of complaining.
25. Instead of having a relaxing date with your partner you start nagging or nit-picking because you are just too tired of doing it all by yourself.
26. You also have to have a balance and know when someone is nit-picking.
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