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She finally had the molar pulled, though it was a second tooth and should have been saved.
SONG OF THE LARKWILLA CATHER
The molar teeth bear considerable resemblance to those of the Rhinoceros.
The Paca (Clogenys) differs from the Capybara in the complex structure of his molar teeth.
THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
The second molar was likewise bifanged but much smaller; it was placed close against the base of the coronoid.
The first molar cuts the gum at two weeks old, is in full use at three months, and is shed in the course of the second year.
OMPHALOSPHILIP HENRY GOSSE
One good lady at ninety developed new teeth through belief in Neminism—incisors, cuspids, bicuspids, and one molar.
The undoubted likeness which their molar teeth show to the temporary teeth of the Platypus have already been commented upon.
The existence of caries in a molar tooth may be ascertained by examining the mouth in the manner already described.
SPECIAL REPORT ON DISEASES OF CATTLEU.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
The molar motion of hands, a piece of silk, and a glass rod results in electricity, a mode of molecular motion.
The second molar is much smaller, though likewise two-rooted, while the third molar is very small and has only a single root.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS

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