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n the part of an anterior artificial tooth between the ridge lap and the shoulder. The pins for retaining the tooth in the base material are located in the shut.

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Q. Can a Chiropractor tell if your organs are shutting down?

A. She told me that because my spine is out of line so much, that it's causing my organs to shut down. I have been having bladder problems. I really think she is just trying to scare me.

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After getting shut out in last Saturday's 50-0 loss to USC, the Bruins are averaging 23.
Getting shut of the manager is not a simple solution.
Ronnie tells Vic about the Strike Team getting shut down and they realise that Shane probably snagged $100,000 of Rezian's money.
After collecting just four hits Wednesday and getting shut out by Red Sox ace Josh Beckett, the Angels don't need another slow start today.
I always remember his only instruction when I rode for him was `Don't get shut in, I hate getting shut in'.
I know you hated Napster all along so how are you feeling about them finally getting shut down?
Listeners can participate in promotions and contests from anywhere via the text messaging function on their cell phone without getting shut out by busy signals.
The games were competitive, but we weren't happy about getting shut out.
Getting shut out for the second time in three games probably wasn't going to help his sleep habits, either.
However, during the past few years, we've found that the cost of getting collectable cards has risen and many fans are getting shut out of the fun.
THOMAS GRAVESEN'S return has generated plenty of debate but I have a confession to make: When he left in 2005,1 thought Everton were getting shut of a headless chicken.