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cut·ting teeth

the maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth.

cutting teeth

Pediatric dentistry The eruption of baby/deciduous teeth through the oral mucosa, classically associated with malaise and irritability–of the child and caregivers. See Deciduous teeth.

cut·ting teeth

(kŭting tēth)
The maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth.
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The blade is curved downward at the end, with cutting teeth on the curved part of the back to saw slots or grooves in the panel with minimum damage.
With two effective cutting teeth and direct pressed insert geometry, K2 increases productivity and reduces cutting forces in normal and long reach cavity milling applications.
However, the AKE MARK V corer is designed for coring ice, and the materials used to construct it (stainless steel cutting teeth, anodized aluminum cutting head, fiberglass barrel) render it unsuitable for coring frozen peat, which might contain sand or other mineral particles (A.
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The MPH454R's 196 cutting teeth are positioned for uniform material pulverizing, sizing, and mixing with minimum vibration and shock load to the rotor and drive components.
The truck-mounted precision excavating system is said to be safe and accurate, offering minimal traffic disruption, minimal pavement and environment impact, compatibility with any vacuum excavation equipment, 18-inch diameter cutter with pilot and serrated concrete cutting teeth, hydraulic-driven 1,250 rpm, side range of configurations for custom-designed equipment, other options available.
Also, remember that some children are still cutting teeth.
It employs an excavator, fitted with 10-meter long hydraulic arm with titanium cutting teeth and several other accessories.
Now Steele is principal of Hawthorne Elementary and the mother of two teen-agers who were playing with computers at about the same time they were cutting teeth.
The champion or tuttle tooth saw has two cutting teeth to each raking tooth.
Because an excavator's cutting teeth can damage buried electric transmission cables and gas lines, engineers at Battelle in Columbus, Ohio, the Electric Power Research Institute in Palo Alto, Calif.