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disarming

removal of the crown of the canine teeth in primates. Includes denervation of the pulp cavity.
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He can be disarmingly honest, as well as arrogant but because of his belief in his own importance and in the importance of the world round him, these volumes will shed much light not just on Isherwood the writer but on the 1960s in America.
A talented New Zealand duo teamed up to produce this disarmingly simple ode to nighttime acoustics.
The text is spare and the illustrations are quite dreamy, very bright with an exuberance and energy conveyed through big brush strokes, which carries the disarmingly thoughtful narrative perfectly.
The electric roof goes up in 15 seconds, the cabin is a tour de force of refinement and altogether it feels a disarmingly special set of wheels.
The act is a simple, resonant, often disarmingly funny one, and it fits Durham's larger conceptual program perfectly.
Ao ItAAEs an almost disarmingly straightforward sentiment, and appropriate for a band that lays it out there with nothing to hide.
Chair of the judging panel, Claire Armitstead, the Guardian's literary editor, said "Petina Gappah's humane and disarmingly funny mosaic of life in Zimbabwe is undoubtedly one of the very best.
His disarmingly casual style of cinema verite-style filmmaking draws you into the narrow city streets where teacher Joe (Colin Firth) has relocated with his two young daughters after their mother is killed in a car crash in the US.
Scriptwriter Guy Andrews disarmingly confesses that when TV executive Damien Timmer suggested the germ of the idea behind this four-part drama, he reckoned it was "utter drivel".
As usual, he was disarmingly gracious and charming about receiving the honor.
Generally it was a very impressive choral performance with some memorable moments, not least the finely accomplished, anguished Kyrie, a Gloria so exultant it almost danced, and the disarmingly beautiful Sanc-tus and Agnus Dei.
Robert Maxwell, the author of this handsome volume, is acutely aware of the problem and deals with it in a disarmingly honest way.