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ab·sor·bent points

cones of paper or paper products used to dry or maintain medicaments during root canal therapy.

ab·sor·bent points

(ăb-sōrbĕnt poynts)
Cones of paper or paper products used to dry or maintain medicaments during root canal therapy.
Synonym(s): paper point.
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Collection of voluntary paper points, newspapers and magazines.
Alongside her effort to build a career while also raising a family, the paper points to the controversy around Bokova's past, with her father being the editor of the communist party mouthpiece in Soviet-era Bulgaria.
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The paper points out that it was last known to be in the possession of Jackie's personal secretary, Mary Gallagher.
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Consumer and governmental perceptions of strategies and production systems used to reduce environmental impact are often simplistic and appear to be based on misconceptions that do not consider potential negative trade-offs," the paper points out.
The canals were then dried with paper points and divided into two groups of 10 teeth each.
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