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dent

(dĕnt)
n.
See tooth.
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After this, the indenter was displaced again with a vertical outward displacement to release the dent.
Since this landmark study, Clock Spring has had 25 years of dent performance of highly fatigued pipelines globally.
Nobilis, headquartered in Irving, Texas, marked Dent Zone's 25th anniversary in business in 2016.
Rob McDowell of Certified Dent Repair said, "Our goal is to educate the community on how to get the best results for their dent and collision repairs.
Dent was describing what he experienced in a horrifically violent dashboard camera video that shows Inkster, Michigan, police officers pulling him over, dragging him from his car, punching him 16 times in the head and tasing him three times, while he lay bloody and struggling on the ground, before arresting him.
The attack, near Kingsbridge, Devon, last July, was sparked after a woman with Dent referred to Alex's hairstyle as an "Afro".
These minor skirmishes result in small dents around various parts of the car.
Ces dents, meme si elles ne sont que provisoires, transmettent a la dent definitive les maladies qu'elles ont.
Dent has pledged to blog his adventure so his students and colleagues can keep up with him while he's away.
Bridie Smurtwaite, prosecuting, said: "They both attended the school, with Mr Dent arriving in the queue behind the defendant.