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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Carter Draw no toof a foot onward De Wercs and Edna screwed Grampus motto: Bottoms up, Marg!
WEALTHY Grace Toof's family owned the land for nearly a century.
Thatcher was admired by many for her political acumen, she was criticized on a personal level by those from Lincolnshire, who saw that she had adopted the classier dialect of Kent and forsaken the local pronunciation (which, by the way, shares with Ebonics the characteristic of substituting "f" or "v" for "th," so that one of my pupils told me he could "wiggow [wiggle] 'is toof wiv 'is foomb").
Hearsay-I went toof ar in the restriction of constraints.
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