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dent

(dĕnt)
n.
See tooth.
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The court heard that the pair had been involved in a long-running feud after Mr Dent had an affair with Wilkinson's wife while he was working away.
LONDON, March 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Much has been made lately of the return to 'simple classicism' in watchmaking, but for Dent London the idea of form following function has been the foundation of the company's ethos for almost 200 years.
Se brosser les dents une fois le matin apres le petit dejeuner pendant environ 2minutes.
Learn more from Tim and Kari in the upcoming webinar " Automated Dent Detection, Right From Your Phone" on Wednesday, September 30[sup.
Finally:"Police said Dent refused to put his hands behind his back.
8220;Our goal was to integrate a scalable content management platform to aid the communication of all aspects of the Dent Wizard marketing objectives,” said Joe Marcallini, SteadyRain Partner.
Dent will get the lowdown on how to beat 2002 champion Hewitt from a dossier put together by father Phil.
Dent, son of Australian great Phil Dent, did it after barely getting past qualifier Giovanni Lapentti of Ecuador in the first round.
Mr Dent's uncle, Leslie Dent, yesterday said the family were 'coping as well as could be expected' with the tragic death.
Their son, Mark Dent, 46, stays as president and chief operating officer of Frontier, which retains its name.
TAYLOR DENT has been a real force in his time and if it wasn't for a series of career-threatening injuries the American, son of the legendary Australian star Phil Dent, may have gone on to bigger and better things on court.
Natasha Dent, 19, was locked up for stabbing her victim after she and friends tried smashing their way into his home on January 10.