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bracket

 [brak´et]
1. a support projecting from the main structure.
2. a small metal attachment welded or soldered to an orthodontic band or attached directly to the teeth, for fastening the arch wire to the band or tooth. Called also orthodontic bracket.

brack·et

(brak'et),
In dentistry, a small metal attachment that is soldered or welded to an orthodontic band or bonded directly to the teeth, serving to fasten the arch wire to the band or tooth.

bracket

A metal or ceramic part glued onto a tooth that serves as a means of fastening the arch wire.

bracket

Dentistry A metal or ceramic part glued onto a tooth that serves as a means of fastening the arch wire

brack·et

(brak'ĕt)
In dentistry, a small metal attachment that is soldered or welded to an orthodontic band or bonded directly to the teeth, serving to fasten the arch wire to the band or tooth.

brack·et

(brak'ĕt)
In dentistry, a small metal attachment soldered or welded to an orthodontic band or alternatively bonded directly to teeth, serving to fasten arch wire to band or tooth.

Patient discussion about bracket

Q. I am bit worried that she should not fall within the brackets of ADHD? My only sweet daughter is hyperactive with an extremely high activity level. She is 2 ½ years old. I think she is showing the signs of ADHD but is too early to conclude for her age. Most 2-3 year old kids tend to be hyperactive. I am bit worried that she should not fall within the brackets of ADHD?

A. Hello! Diagnosis of ADHD is complex at this age, and it is extremely difficult to identify even with all the tools available. And smart kids are often the hardest to deal with. Just make a casual visit to your physician to clear your doubt.

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In the previous section, we said that in the FDG formalism hierarchical relations were indicated by round brackets and equipollent relations by square brackets. Both types of bracketing were used in FG, but to our knowledge they have never been introduced explicitly, nor are they accounted for in the lists of 'abbreviations used in FG-representations' in Dik's work.
When square brackets are used with the citation, that significance is noted.
However, when the search was modified to capture possible alternative spellings of the name (Lilienkron or Liliencron) 1311 citations were recovered; this modification is very simple to execute in a single operation, as one simply puts alternatives in square brackets, i.e.
Catholic Insight has added the subheadings well as the grammatical corrections shown in square brackets.
The corrections that have been made are mainly limited to obvious errors of algebraic formulas and cross-references are included in square brackets, but otherwise the papers are reprinted unaltered.
Once on the list, missing data about an odorant can be filled with estimates (shown in square brackets).
Affixation is shown by a parsed version of the word in square brackets. Malay glosses are in italics.
Material from the typed version is presented within square brackets. The present editors have chosen material to emphasise the military aspect of Haig's work and not so much the political aspect, as Lord Blake did.
Because the coefficient in square brackets, which depends on the difference in efficiencies of analyzer and polarizer, must be known with precise accuracy, it takes additional measurement for its determination.
In the new version the words "our world is warming" appear in square brackets, meaning at least one country disagrees, and all financial pledges have gone.
In the new version the words 'our world is warming' appear in square brackets, meaning at least one country disagrees, and all financial pledges have gone.