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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Maixner has undergone a number of procedures with Boettcher's tip and now has a complete new set of teeth.
Anderson_james tweeted: "Does Karen Brady on The Apprentice have a new set of teeth?!" The Apprentice final will be aired on Sunday when Stella English and Chris Bates go head-tohead in the task.
For many with a good set of teeth, the recommended NHS guidelines suggest a visit every three years could be enough.
Having spent pounds 2,000 on her last set of teeth, Teresa said the cost of care had put her off seeking help in the first instance..
The unit typically produces 100-200 cuts per set of teeth. The unit ships with a debris containment system which stops material from spraying out while cutting.
And why not, your face gives the first impression - it adds to your personality and a sparkling set of teeth enhances beauty.
Your first set of teeth grows in when you are approximately 6 months old.
Fitness freak Scott has spent pounds 55,000 on a new set of teeth and forks out pounds 2,000 a year on Botox.
"Even someone with a false set of teeth can come and have a check up for screening and it's effective."
They measured about 4 inches long upon hatching and emerged from their eggs with a full set of teeth.
'Children have become much more image conscious and to have a nice, clean straight set of teeth has become very important for them.'
The creature had many characteristics of dinosaurs, such as a full set of teeth and a long, bony tail, but it also had wings and feathers.