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dent

(dĕnt)
n.
See tooth.
References in classic literature ?
There was one great dent across the top that had the appearance of a mocking grin, and it drove us furious, so that Harris rushed at the thing, and caught it up, and flung it far into the middle of the river, and as it sank we hurled our curses at it, and we got into the boat and rowed away from the spot, and never paused till we reached Maidenhead.
If the Reindeer still floats, the dent of the iron bar remains in the hard-wood rail of her cockpit.
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These minor skirmishes result in small dents around various parts of the car.
has added a deformation sensor to its range of Explorer robots that will measure the size of dents in unpiggable natural gas pipelines.
A pleasing 62% of dents made expected levels of progress last year ich was fantastic news for the English teachers.
La majorite des dentistes generalistes ont tendance a le faire et c'est dommageable pour les dents de l'enfant.
grace a son dentier qu'il porte depuis qu'il a perdu toutes ses dents.
The Dents, who are based at Newbiggin near Penrith, attracted buyers from across the UK to the sale on Bank Holiday Monday.
CARDIFF-BASED Boyes Rees Architects has secured a contract to design a new Waitrose supermarket and the relocation of the existing Dents glove factory in Warminster.
The company specialises in a unique process called paintless dent removal, where small dings, dents and creases are repaired without sanding, filling or the expensive and inconvenient traditional car body repair.
One common condition found in the field is dents within fins of condensers.