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After graduating from Kalamazoo College, he cut his teeth at Second City in Chicago and eventually moved to Los Angeles.
Think about how much easier it is to pull an apple from a tree using hands rather than with your teeth.
HOW DO YOU BUILD A CENTAUR?BETHANY BROOKSHIREFEBRUARY 10, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
Shark teeth cut into flesh on jaws that extend outwards towards prey independently of the skull.
If soft tissue or teeth from bobbit worms were found preserved inside a burrow, that would confirm that these animals were living in the area 20 million years ago.
Crooked teeth, cut-open faces and bloodied attire is no match for you and your camera skills.
The city of San Diego, for instance, has a robust industrial waste monitoring program with more teeth.
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This wouldn't be a problem, except I've found that getting everyone to participate in picking the gifts and paying for them has become like pulling teeth.
MISS MANNERS: GROUP GIFT HAS BECOME SOLITARY HEADACHEJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
That’s when Kimba lunged at Couser, sunk his teeth into the 69-year-old’s arm and “nearly tore it off at the shoulder,” Big Cat Rescue said in a statement.
Nearly every morning, there would have been the same weeping and gnashing of teeth we experienced those first few weeks.
Scientists used these teeth to estimate the body sizes of fish.
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