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biters

n. the teeth. I gotta get my biters to the dentist while there are still a few left.
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Influenced by bands who ruled way before they were a twinkle in their parents' eyes, Biters are cut from the same leather as Sweet, Cheap Trick, Mott The Hoople and an early pre-cartoon KISS.
No one is a born biter, however biting is a normal stage of child development.
If money isn't an issue, the company sells a monolithic mosquito lamp ($259) guaranteed to keep biters on the run.
But the Biters strike back with fancy footwork and ball handling skills that keep the packed stadium cheering for more
Having parents blasting out a cocktail of KISS, Sweet, Cheap Trick and Thin Lizzy in their formative years may well have been responsible for the birth of The Biters.
Specialised biters like the coelophysoids, which have slender, narrow jaws, had a biting style that was highly efficient at the back of the tooth row, but very swift at the tip of the snout.
While the previous two NFL games played here were nail biters that were decided late in the fourth quarters, the result of this one seemed inevitable as soon as Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather ran back an interception for a touchdown after only two and a half minutes.
That's not much consolation for hard core biters with nail stumps but take heart, Nailene Short Cut falsies, pounds 5.
Whether the biter is a Hollywood Smiler or Sociable Biters, the key is the shape, size and dimensions of the teethmarks left behind.
ANKLE BITERS Forget boobs or bums - ankles are the new erogenous zone, say style gurus.
Dogs that haven't been properly socialized, receive little attention or handling, or are left tied up for long periods of time frequently turn into biters.
And 10,000 nacho-nibblers from Southern California will test their mettle against 70,000 bratwurst biters for Notre Dame.
Satisfying as it is to see the biters bit, the film doesn't resort to insulting the audience's intelligence in reaching its unlikely resolution 1998
NEWCASTLE prop Paul Van-Zandvliet will play against Bath tonight in the Battle of the Biters.