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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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If toothy critters are in the area you might add a short section of No.
After sipping the coffee, Roberts breaks into her trademark toothy grin as the men rejoice around her and Botticelli excitedly gets to work to capture her smile.
The logo spells the name "Matt" and features a design that represents both Matthew Knight's toothy grin and a torii, a traditional Japanese gate that symbolizes the entrance to a sacred place.
Inspired casting, it was not - swapping one tubby West Midlands wisecracker for another, well, tubby Northern wisecracker and trading in a toothy Celtic beauty for one with slightly shorter hair.
from his toothy grin, as he waved a small card at us.
PAUL CASEY The Surrey slugger was sporting a typically toothy grin during his interview after the first round of the SBS Championship, but what he had to say must have left his fans far from cheery.
When toothy aunts pressed in, asked what we wanted to
Luckily for the feeders, these sharks are little tiddlers, rather than the toothy megalodons that give us all nightmares.
Each entry begins with an illustrated capital letter depicting the dinosaur in miniature, accompanied by a rhyme that offers some details about it ("Allosaurus, forty feet, from toothy jaws to lashing tail.
Toothy Tynesiders are being asked to apply or nominate someone for the awards, run by denture company Steradent and Schottlander.
With its prey still in its toothy grasp, the snake constricts, or coils around its meal.
Scientists who study mole rats, however, are smitten with the toothy critters, whose bodies, brains, and social lives offer a wealth of possibilities for research.