Tooth

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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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It was tested on an early site of tooth decay on a lower premolar tooth.
A Longgupo premolar tooth, for instance, features two cusps at the front and a basin in the middle, as in H.
Timely tips: Spring bear hunts began April 1 in some parts of Oregon and start April 15 in others, and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking successful hunters to submit a single premolar tooth from each harvested bear, as well as the reproductive tracts of female bears.