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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Well, Ma,' returned Lavvy, 'since you will force it out of me, I must respectfully take leave to say that your family are no doubt under the greatest obligations to you for having an annual toothache on your wedding day, and that it's very disinterested in you, and an immense blessing to them.
Mrs Wilfer thanked him with a magnanimous sigh, and again became an unresisting prey to that inscrutable toothache.
The toothache was the only malady to which Tom had ever been subject.
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Owners find it difficult to look inside mouths and our pets often hide signs of toothache very well.
A STUDENT said she had her excruciatingly painful toothache cured by TV illusionist Derren Brown at his Liverpool Empire Show.
The 38-year-old doctor has denied assaulting the mother of three by groping her breasts after she went to him complaining of toothache.
Wright was feeling the effects of a heavy cold as he thumped Hamilton while Anderson had an abscess and toothache.
ASEA captain's toothache led to a carbon monoxide tragedy in which he and his crew mate died in their bunks, an inquest heard yesterday.
A SEA captain's toothache led to a carbon monoxide tragedy which killed him and his crew mate in their bunks, an inquest heard.
The USPGA champion abandoned the defence of his title complaining of toothache after dropping seven shots in eight holes at Palm Beach Gardens in Florida, prompting Paddy Power to refund losing bets on the pre-tournament 12-1 shot, and bookmakers racing to push him out for the Green Jacket.
PARAMEDICS were asked to help a man with plastic in his teeth, another suffering a sore toenail and one with toothache