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false teeth

Dentures, see there.
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We fail to understand why the 21-year-old singer poses in such manner like taking her tongue out and putting on false teeth.
Jo Strachan, the charity's North East area business manager, said: "While toilet brushes and sets of false teeth are not what we have in mind when asking for unwanted Christmas gifts, we accept that people are giving to us for the right reasons
MRSA, full name Meticillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, is a bacteria resistant to some antibiotics and usually found on false teeth, scientists said.
British nationals are apparently wasting embassy time with "ludicrous" inquiries about lost false teeth, runny jam and plastic surgery problems, William Hague has revealed.
The false teeth were acquired by a bidder who paid more than three times the guide price of a maximum 5,000 pounds, dpa quoted Keys Auctioneers in Aylsham, in the county of Norfolk, as saying.
Consequently, one of their main pre-occupations before the cup final was where to leave their false teeth so that they could retrieve them quickly.
Gethin Wavell's latest exhibition, Bad Warts, False Teeth, was due to close later this week.
No taking off shoes, belts, watches, braces, glasses, false teeth.
COUNTRYSIDE: This is in response to the person in March/April 2008 who put undiluted bleach on his chigger bite and a word of caution to those who soak their false teeth in bleach overnight.
A DUDLEY man who has earned a reputation as a "smile mechanic" for his work with false teeth has launched a website to help those who have trouble wearing them.
As a dentist I was disappointed to see the picture of false teeth (cover NZBusiness March 2008) and your insinuation in your editorial that false teeth personifies people in their 60s and 70s.
A man who snatched another man's false teeth from his mouth during a fight has been charged with robbery.