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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Canine teeth are most often involved in those situations--your dog's four "fangs" in the front of his mouth.
Based on the clinical and radiological findings, the maxillary canine teeth were extracted.
These differences in the rate of eruption of the canine teeth adjacent to the cleft could be explained by the different observation periods after surgery.
That Lucy's and Mina's canine teeth lengthen in their vampiric state is important to an understanding of how, as anthropologist David Gilmore suggests, "The gaping, tooth-lined, flesh-tearing mouth is a universal synecdoche for monstrous predation.
The canine teeth normally change around six months.
A dog must be licensed at six months or when it obtains permanent canine teeth, whichever comes first.
One of the thieves had two gold canine teeth in her lower jaw.
Most early primates had (and their direct descendants still have) two large canine teeth that males use in their dominance contests and in aggressive sexual behavior toward females.
She was believed to be female because she had a relatively small skull and small canine teeth.
The so-called canine teeth of a human are short and blunted while the canine teeth on dogs and carnivores are long and sharp.
But it lacks primitive features such as a toothcomb, where the lower incisor and canine teeth are elongated, crowded together and projected forward, and a special claw used for grooming.
He felt numb from his head to his bare feet as he looked at the two long stabbing canine teeth protruding from the beast's upper jaw.

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