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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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In the next place, the consistency of the coats of which the arterial vein and the great artery are composed, sufficiently shows that the blood is impelled against them with more force than against the veins.
My master's design was to show me in all the towns by the way, and to step out of the road for fifty or a hundred miles, to any village, or person of quality's house, where he might expect custom.
On the way to dinner the Admiral showed him where to buy gloves, and made him buy them; where to buy cigars, and made him buy a vast store, some of which he obligingly accepted.
I show you ze letter writing by Christopher Colombo!--write it himself!--write it wis his own hand!-- come!"
He showed marked signs of senility by a tendency to fall asleep, forgetfulness of quite recent events, remembrance of remote ones, and the childish vanity with which he accepted the role of head of the Moscow opposition.
Now, it seems to be a law of nature that we must show our true selves at some time, and as the Scot must do it at home, and squeeze a day into an hour, what follows is that there he is self-revealing in the superlative degree, the feelings so long dammed up overflow, and thus a Scotch family are probably better acquainted with each other, and more ignorant of the life outside their circle, than any other family in the world.
Also she showed them her own pretty rooms, which were not far from their own.
But you didn't expect to find a moving picture show in the wilds of Honduras, did you?"
As soon as he had lifted the maiden on to his horse the old woman showed him the way, and the King reached his palace, where the wedding was celebrated.
To show that at this period in my life drinking was wholly a matter of companionship, I remember crossing the Atlantic in the old Teutonic.
But to show he was not trying to ingratiate himself with Vronsky, he promptly added some slightly critical remarks.
"You'd show then the most beautiful specimen conceivable"--and Voyt addressed himself to Maud.