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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Beyond this prospect looms a bizarre formation of steep, toothlike rocks.
To reduce drag between its body and the water, a shark's skin is covered with toothlike scales, called denticles.
Larger, indistinct radiopacities--rather than toothlike structures--are usually apparent.
Hymenium: Pores when young, splitting to become toothlike and jagged with age; white to brownish, usually with a violet tint overall but especially along the margin; pores angular, 2-4 per mm; tubes 1-5 mm long.