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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Bell makes clear in his writing that from his research the physical function of the "snarling muscles" are "quite peculiar to the ferocious and carnivorous animals" whose "sole office is to raise the upper lip from the canine teeth.
There are predators and there are prey, and since I have those canine teeth I ease comfortably into the predator camp.
As it happens, the latter species has considerably larger canine teeth than does the bonobo--one of the prominent physical differences separating the two.
They had impressive canine teeth, and their jaw muscles were most specialized for fast-killing bites.
He felt numb from his head to his bare feet as he looked at the two long stabbing canine teeth protruding from the beast's upper jaw.
Your canine teeth should show when you smile but smiling too widely is undesirable.
If you're not sure whether your memo will be read by human eyes or eaten by canine teeth, you might want to try taping that precious piece to the resident's door.
3 D CT images can show areas of root resorption on central and lateral incisors adjacent to impacted canine teeth.
After boiling for about 20 minutes, the upper canine teeth of each of the 1970s specimens were extracted from the skulls (1976-77) or rostrums which had been removed with a hand saw (1979-80).
Another example, one remarked on by Charles Darwin, is the appearance in some human mouths of large, ape-like canine teeth.
Avril has had some cosmetic work done, but she's kept it natural by keeping her distinctive canine teeth," adds Bradstock-Smith.

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