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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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But another, @sfendley77 said it was easy to fall into the [pounds sterling]10 trap: "Tenner in my house because the tooth fairy never had change one night and the standard was set."
The Original Tooth Fairy Poll has typically served as a good indicator of the economy's overall direction, tracking with the movement of Standard & Poor's 500 Index (S&P 500) for 14 of the past 17 years.
The study also showed that kids stop believing in the tooth fairy by their eighth birthday - which is younger than the age their parents stopped believing - but will still leave their teeth under the pillow.
Despite the lower Tooth Fairy payouts, children aren't missing out completely - research earlier this year revealed pocket money had reached a nine-year high at PS7.04 a week, with eight in 10 (80%) saving their pocket money in a piggy bank.
"In addition to the excitement a visit from the Tooth Fairy brings, she also delivers lessons in finance and good oral health," Jennifer Elliot, the DDPA's vice president of marketing, said in a statement.
So, pretending that a Tooth Fairy is giving your child a gift is soothing at any age during this transition,' says Lieberman.
The Tooth Fairy Glass[TM] and Book will officially launch on January 15, 2015.
The Tooth Fairy, better known as dental assistant Jadrienne Sanderson, stopped by the school March 7 to answer questions and promote good dental health among the first-graders.
"Our' Be a Tooth Fairy Hero' initiative gave families the opportunity to help those in need with funding for a non-profit dental clinic in their state.
"As far as we are aware there is no revalidation procedure for the tooth fairy and no clear guidance or standard operating procedures in place to ensure outcomes are avoided," they added.
Summary: She may voice the tooth fairy in new animation Rise of the Guardians, but Isla Fisher reckons she can relate to her character.
Audrey Barlow has just lost her first tooth and is wondering if the Tooth Fairy will find her because, you see, Audrey lives in The Outback.