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One leap more and his teeth would be sinking into it.
She, too, soared high, but not so high as the quarry, and her teeth clipped emptily together with a metallic snap.
His teeth closed upon the rabbit, and he bore it back to earth with him.
But she proceeded to punish him roundly, until he gave over all attempts at placation, and whirled in a circle, his head away from her, his shoulders receiving the punishment of her teeth.
As he sank back with it between his teeth, he kept his eye on the sapling.
Not with the smouldering, smothering, choking hysteria that still worked in the fox-terriers did he listen, nor with quivering of muscles and jumps of over-wrought nerves, but coolly, composedly, as if no battle royal had just taken place and no rips of teeth and kicks of feet still burned and ached his body.
He could not help bristling, however, when first he sniffed a trousers' leg into which his teeth had so recently torn.
In vain Buck strove to sink his teeth in the neck of the big white dog.
Children in some areas of mediaeval England were instructed to burn their baby teeth in order to avoid having to spend eternity searching for them in the afterlife.
Animals such as Mexico's Ratoncito Perez bring gifts in exchange for teeth, as do mouse tooth fairies in France and Italy.
Studies have shown that most human teeth are not naturally pearl white.
Tooth decay, also known as dental caries, is a breakdown of teeth due to acids made by bacteria.
Your cat's teeth are made up of several layers, just like yours.
Two thousands and seventy two teeth were extracted from 1700 patients (786 male 45.2%, and 932 female 54.8%) presented to oral surgery department.
25 ( ANI ): Vaping does not stain teeth, a new research has suggested.