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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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* Bend down the charm so it lays flat against the toothpick.
Or it could be insecurities and baggage we've had from childhood; scared of new places, new jobs, scared about making friends, and we stand gun in hand or maybe with the better toothpick preventing ourselves from moving forward or stopping ourselves from trusting!
They cut open the area and found a puss-covered piece of toothpick and two puncture wounds inside.
Dip the balls in chocolate using a toothpick or fork to hold them.
Chronic intestinal perforation by a wooden toothpick, complicated by abscess formation
Top with the rest of the batter and spread out over the caramel, using a toothpick to marble.
He wore some trendy chinos and a farmers hat and he, I noticed, had a toothpick dangling from his mouth which even when he was laughing loudly, never fell out.
"The time-consuming part when creating models such as these is getting the shape of the building as accurate as possible, as I had to study satellite images in great detail and cut each toothpick to various lengths to achieve this.
Toothpick most cited among other products used for teeth cleaning.
SIR David Attenborough has urged people to take action to save the "future of humanity" as he opened up about the heartrending Blue Planet II scene in which a baby albatross was killed by a toothpick.
He added: "Let us hope that Trump will eventually recognise that the Paris Agreement was not about Pittsburgh, or even Paris, but the entire planet." He made the plea as he opened up about a heart-rending Blue Planet II scene in which a baby albatross was killed by a toothpick.