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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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They fought tooth and nail against establishing an Assembly and now are fighting tooth and nail to get every penny the can out of it
Consider our choices: Battle this dilemma tooth and nail, or allow our athletes carte blanche on the chemicals or genes of the month.
There are of course a whole slew of lesbians who despise butch and femme labels--who find them oppressive and fight them tooth and nail.
MODEL Sophie Anderton and former It girl Tara Palmer-Tomkinson are fighting tooth and nail over a lucrative modelling contract.
I'd fight tooth and nail to protect our high academic standards and to ensure sound science is protected in our classrooms.