orthodonture


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orthodonture

(ôr′thə-dŏn′chər)
n.
Variant of orthodontia.
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Smedley converted his orthodonture practices in West Chester and Downington, PA, to latex-safe six years ago after his dental assistant developed "sensitivity and allergies to latex products." Smedley and his staff searched the offices "to find out what was made of latex" and "had the carpets cleaned to get the dust out."
Near the tasting room entrance, a display case exhibits orthodonture designed by Frank Johnson, who was also a machinist.
It is more likely, however, that a series of questions will ensue: do you collect reserves for tenant improvements, real estate taxes, replacement reserves, insurance, and your children's orthodonture? When do I lock the interest rate?; Do your carveouts make 'non-recourse' an oxymoron?; Is interest calculated on a 30/360 or an actual 360 basis?
The depressed person had, as a child, required orthodonture, and each parent had claimed--not without some cause, given the Medicean legal ambiguities of the divorce settlement, the depressed person always inserted when she described the painful struggle between her parents over the expense of her orthodonture--that the other should be required to pay for it.

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