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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Maixner has undergone a number of procedures with Boettcher's tip and now has a complete new set of teeth.
And there's also a twist in the tale of Kate's gleaming set of teeth.
Thank you all for the time and effort you have put in this year, not only to get me a great set of teeth but to help me get over my phobia of the dentists.
Superheropaul added: "Karen Brady from The Apprentice has had a new set of teeth.
LAHORE, October 27, 2010 (Frontier Star) : A unique discovery of the remains of Deinotherium in the form of fossils, a primitive animal species having lower denture with undisturbed set of teeth attached to the gums in pristine condition was found during the excavation at village Lava.
For many with a good set of teeth, the recommended NHS guidelines suggest a visit every three years could be enough.
Down to the lodge the family would traipse, to watch the Prime Minister's recorded, rather sinister, performances--at once languid and threatening, capped by an ingratiating smile which displayed the worst set of teeth in Westminster.
Having spent pounds 2,000 on her last set of teeth, Teresa said the cost of care had put her off seeking help in the first instance.
The unit typically produces 100-200 cuts per set of teeth.
And why not, your face gives the first impression - it adds to your personality and a sparkling set of teeth enhances beauty.
Your first set of teeth grows in when you are approximately 6 months old.
To maintain a healthy set of teeth and gums it is essential we make time for our teeth.