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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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As a consequence, the tooth fairy could become extinct after the next 40 years if this trend of giving less than before continues.
Giles Martin, head of savings at Halifax, says: "Kids shouldn't bank on the Tooth Fairy forever.
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.
It may not be much to others, but I remember really shifting more of my attention to getting a 'reward' from the Tooth Fairy rather than the stress of losing a tooth,' she says.
The Tooth Fairy Glass[TM] has done incredibly well in test markets in the Northwest region of the United States and we anticipate The Tooth Fairy Glass[TM] and book being available in stores sometime later this year.
In 2012, the Tooth Fairy visited nearly 90 percent of U.
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.
One voices the tooth fairy, the other a teenage boy who brings winter wherever he goes, but Isla Fisher and Chris Pine reckon they can both relate to their character in new animation Rise of the Guardians.
Language used, animals, the pink sunset and the surprise gift from the Tooth Fairy are all authentic to the experience of life in Regional Boulia.
In this easy reader Emily the kitten tries several strategies to get her loose tooth to fall out and writes letters to the Tooth Fairy, just to make sure that nothing goes wrong.
When the tooth fairy comes, maybe she'll put a little surprise in the pocket just for you
A former big-time hockey player whose career was sidelined by injury, Derek Thompson (Johnson) is known for his aggressive onice antics; he earned the moniker Tooth Fairy for habitually knocking out opponents' teeth.