nettler

nettler

(ˈnɛtlə)
n
an irritating or aggravating person or thing
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Nettler, Past Trials and Present Tribulations: A Muslim Fundamentalist's View of the Jews (Oxford: Pergamon, 1987), 50.
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In the 1830s and 40s parish constable Ord fortunately had a dog called Nettler which helped him keep order in the boisterous male dominated, furiously expanding populous of Middlesbrough.
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