DENT


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DENTDental
DENTDemolition Events National Tour
DENTDedicated to Establishing National Teamwork (political action committee; Tampa, FL)
DENTDouble Edge Notch Tension (fracture mechanics)
DENTDedication Education Name Try (football player Richard Dent)
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And again, as he was presently to tell me (alluding to an early inci dent of the disastrous voyage when some damaged meat had been flung overboard), he said that a time soon came when his heart ached (that was the expression he used), and he was ready to tear his hair out at the thought of all that rotten beef thrown away.
I could feel the soft, shivering touch of the lips on the super sensitive skin of my throat, and the hard dents of two sharp teeth, just touching and pausing there.
All over the district people were dining and supping; working men were gardening after the labours of the day, children were being put to bed, young people were wandering through the lanes love-making, stu- dents sat over their books.
They came too late; the marauders were off, and all that they found of their mule was the dents of his hoofs, as he had been conveyed off at a round trot, bearing his savory cargo to the hills, to furnish the scampering savages with a banquet of roast meat at the expense of the white men.
In earlier days one of her front teeth, as she told me, had fallen out, but instead of then parting with it, the resourceful child had hammered it in again with a hair-brush, which she offered to show me, with the dents on it.
Models of cannon, bronze castings, sights covered with dents, plates battered by the shots of the Gun Club, assortments of rammers and sponges, chaplets of shells, wreaths of projectiles, garlands of howitzers-- in short, all the apparatus of the artillerist, enchanted the eye by this wonderful arrangement and induced a kind of belief that their real purpose was ornamental rather than deadly.
A scuffle broke out and, during the fight, Mr Dent put his hand in the defendant's mouth.
He wanted to be able to support his wife and three young children and he was working away providing for his family on one such occasion when his wife started a relationship with Mr Dent," he said.
Along the way Dent patented the first keyless winding mechanism, designed numerous improved balance springs and, during some rare moments away from his craft, found time to invent the lighthouse fog bell and the fluid compass.
La correction peut se faire a n'importe quel age alors qu'une dent malade ne pourra jamais redevenir a son etat d'origine.
If a dent is very badly stretched, too large or too deep there will be higher costs to repair the damage.
HE was beating me upside the head," Floyd Dent, a 57-year-old longtime autoworker told a gaggle of reporters, according to The Detroit Free Press.