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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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"We will fight tooth and nail to do what we have to do but the gaffer has stated he wants to bring more players in and they would be much welcomed.
"I think they'll be fighting tooth and nail to keep him because he's a hard man to replace," said Cahill.
That this business is highly profitable, and fought after tooth and nail by top private addictions players nationwide, there is absolutely no doubt.
Lawyers said Gray - who presents TalkSport after a much-publicised exit at Sky Sports - fought "tooth and nail" to establish he had been a victim of hacking.
POTENTIAL Coventry City target Marlon King vowed yesterday to "fight tooth and nail" to clear his name after serving time in prison for sexually assaulting a woman in a nightclub.
With just 21 days to Christmas, the announcement is the cruellest one of all for the 1,700 workers who have fought tooth and nail to try to save their jobs.