eyetooth


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eyetooth

(ī′to͞oth′)
n.
A canine tooth of the upper jaw.
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The earliest story, "The Eyetooth of Barabbas" was written in 1990, the same year Sebald's first published novel, Vertigo, appeared in Germany, so it would be presumptuous to speak of either writer influencing the other.
"The best I can tell, counting west from the eyetooth on the left, it's either number two or four--somewhere in that vicinity.
Your mother has been silent a long time, for she lost an eyetooth. I'm not a mother, I'm a daughter, I'm not yet silent.