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Remember, however, that the saliva aids the teeth greatly, especially when you masticate your food slowly.VEGETABLE DIET: AS SANCTIONED BY MEDICAL MEN, AND BY EXPERIENCE IN ALL AGESWILLIAM ANDRUS ALCOTT
The child will then have sixteen teeth with which it can properly masticate soft solid food.THE PHYSICAL LIFE OF WOMAN:DR. GEORGE H NAPHEYS
Next night eat one or two dry crackers; chew them slowly, masticate them thoroughly until you can swallow easily.THINKCOL. WM. C. HUNTER
Thoroughly masticate the food, and well salivate it before swallowing.SECRETS OF WISE MEN, CHEMISTS AND GREAT PHYSICIANSWILLIAM K. DAVID
I turn my back to the increasing warmth while trying to masticate a stringy piece of meat and some elastic-like bread.'NEATH VERDUN, AUGUST-OCTOBER, 1914MAURICE GENEVOIX
After each grinding, the subject experiences sensitiveness in the gums and can not masticate hard food.THE MANBOS OF MINDANOJOHN M. GARVAN
You got up from the table one minute and demand something to masticate the next!THE CALL OF THE BEAVER PATROLV. T. SHERMAN
It remains to be seen whether or not the latter has not bitten off more than he can masticate.THE JOURNAL OF NEGRO HISTORY, VOLUME 7, 1922VARIOUS
It must not be forgotten, that at this time the animal's mouth is too sore and sensitive to masticate hard food, such as corn.THE MULEHARVEY RILEY
You will also be careful to masticate it properly so as to transform it into a sort of soft paste before swallowing it.SELF MASTERY THROUGH CONSCIOUS AUTOSUGGESTIONEMILE COU

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