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dent

(dĕnt)
n.
See tooth.
References in classic literature ?
What was the gallant grace of the Lynns, the languid elegance of Lord Ingram,--even the military distinction of Colonel Dent, contrasted with his look of native pith and genuine power?
Dent here bent over to the pious lady and whispered something in her ear; I suppose, from the answer elicited, it was a reminder that one of the anathematised race was present.
I should say the preference lies with you," responded Colonel Dent.
Dawson S J [3] reported that, there are 9851 dents existed in the 7022km long pipelines in Europe.
This can include dents and gouges, which tend to be caused by construction and agriculture, or contact with rocks in the backfill and settlement.
Looking at the comb where the cheek welds during shooting, the dents are darker having soaked up oil from the shooter's face.
These minor skirmishes result in small dents around various parts of the car.
A pleasing 62% of dents made expected levels of progress last year ich was fantastic news for the English teachers.
La majorite des dentistes generalistes ont tendance a le faire et c'est dommageable pour les dents de l'enfant.
grace a son dentier qu'il porte depuis qu'il a perdu toutes ses dents.
The French word for gold is or , so when the folks in Paris describe my smile it sounds like what would happen if I punched a door: dents d'or .
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