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chewing tobacco

A form of smokeless tobacco sold as a shredded product, in contrast to dipping tobacco in which the tobacco leaves are ground.

Health effects
Oral cancer; often disfiguring due to heroic surgery.

chew

Chewing tobacco. See Smokeless tobacco.
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When you chew gum you send your body physical signals that food is about to enter your body.
To address these health concerns, PetMatrix says its DreamBone chews are "100% rawhide-free.
At the same time, give him a generous supply of "legal" chew objects to keep his needle-sharp puppy teeth appropriately occupied.
Finally, Chew states that he has truly enjoyed building this company, and this is only the beginning.
In conjunction, the Oravet dental hygiene chews are highly palatable and have shown a 53% reduction in halitosis, a 42% reduction in plaque and a 54% reduction in calculus versus dry diet alone.
Current responsibilities: At American Idol, Chew works on rehearsals and contributes to camera blocking and staging.
We think the herbivore needs the bolus (the soft mass of chewed food) to be in a precise place between each chew.
Physics teacher at Safeer School, Fekry Moghram, told the Yemen Times that students who chew qat have a low level grade indicating that all top students are non-qat chewers.
Maybe it stops them from chewing while playing in a game, but they will continue to chew and dip before and after the game, and away from the field.
6) (1990) found that crossbite subjects preferred to chew unilaterally, whereas Ingervall and Thilander (18) (1975) showed that patients with lateral shift had a lower activity of the anterior and posterior temporalis muscles than normocclusive subjects, but the activity of the masseter muscles was similar in both groups.
Begin by following your dog around the house, any time he's loose, with a designated doggie chew toy.
Birds gotta fly, fish gotta swim and dogs gotta chew.