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dent

(dĕnt)
n.
See tooth.
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SARL is focused on the future of agriculture and how we can best solve the rural, urban divide," said Dent.
Cleveland Police objected to Ms Dent's bid to run the pub over concerns her mother would run the bar and bad behaviour would make an unwelcome return.
During her recent interview, Dent Coad also said that the Queen and her husband should transfer to another royal residence.
After this, the indenter was displaced again with a vertical outward displacement to release the dent. Finally, internal pressure was applied to the inner surface of pipe to investigate the pipe performance and determine the limit pressure.
Despite our differences, George Dent has mattered to me, to the law school, to the university, and to the legal profession.
Figure 4 plots stress concentration factors (SCFs) computed for each tested dent based on strain gage measurements, where the SCF is the ratio of stress measured in the dent to stress measured in the base pipe.
1 February 2017 - US-based paintless dent repair provider Dent Zone Companies has formed Nobilis Group, a new entity consisting of its Dent Zone, AutoBodyGuard and PDR Linx lines of business, the company said.
Development of other community minded features for www.certifieddentrepair.com are already underway and new user awareness guides from experts are already being added on what you need to know about paintless dent repair, hail damage repairs, and a step-by-step guide to collision repairs.
But Gloucestershire fought back and reached the close on 243 for three, courtesy of a third wicket stand of 137 between Dent and Hamish Marshall.
"HE was beating me upside the head," Floyd Dent, a 57-year-old longtime autoworker told a gaggle of reporters, according to The Detroit Free Press."I was trying to protect my face with my right arm.
Dent fled the scene and later told a pal: "The f*** n*** deserved it."