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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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The Biters are on an upward trajectory and enjoying every minute of it.
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Whether the biter is a Hollywood Smiler or Sociable Biters, the key is the shape, size and dimensions of the teethmarks left behind.
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Swarms of the biters have driven caribou off cliffs, backpackers to the brink of insanity.
The most frequent biters, the study found, were unneutered, male German shepherds and chow chows.
But the Biters strike back with fancy footwork and ball handling skills that keep the packed stadium cheering for more
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.