Synonyms for permanents

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Similarly, coexistence is a coexistence of states of two permanents.

The two lateral incisors will also have given place to permanents.

The three temporary molars will also be ready for displacement by three permanents.

The few who stumbled in did not stay unless by chance they were favourably known to one of the "permanents."

The corner incisors and the tusks usually disappear, and are replaced by permanents when the pig is nine months old.

He had heard from the "permanents" that at Christmas each child received an apple, an orange, and twelve nuts in a paper bag.