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Test your use of context by choosing the best definition of the word "nettle" in the sentence below. It is difficult not to lose your patience when your classmates constantly nettle you by kicking
the back of your chair or talking out of turn. agitate or annoy disrupt upset
nettle =agitate or annoy
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User: Test your use of context by choosing the best definition of the word "nettle" in the sentence below. It is difficult not to lose your patience when your classmates constantly nettle you by kicking the back of your chair or talking out of turn. agitate or annoy disrupt upset

Weegy: nettle =agitate or annoy
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User: To find sources for a research project, you can look to which of the following? library the Internet either of these

Weegy: To find sources for a research project, you can look to either of these.
Expert answered|Jay901|Points 1542|

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