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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Dr Gadgil said that parents normally discard milk teeth of their children when they fall out.
Sevibe and Procell will collect milk teeth and forward them to BioEden for storage.
Sevibe Cells in Barcelona and Procell in Athens will collect milk teeth and forward them to BioEden's laboratories at Daresbury Science & Innovation Park for storage.
The girl from St Dennis, Cornwall, underwent an operation to remove all eight of her milk teeth.
Children who have decay in their milk teeth get decay in their permanent teeth - the same picture of decay in five-year-olds is seen in 12-year-olds.
We probably get one child per month here who needs all 20 milk teeth out.
A year's supply of Macleans Milk Teeth brushes and paste - that's four brushes and six tubes.
That is the equivalent of PS120 for a mouthful of milk teeth.
The coffin, which was unearthed in October last year, also contained two jet bangles and some milk teeth.
A LITTLE girl has become the first child in Scotland to have milk teeth taken out so their stem cells can be extracted.
BioEDEN is based at Daresbury and claims to be the first company in the world to collect, amplify and cryogenically store living stem cells from children's milk teeth.