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1. Preparation of the natural crown of a tooth and covering the prepared crown with a veneer of suitable dental material (gold or non-precious metal casting, porcelain, plastic, or combinations).

2. That stage of childbirth when the foetal head has negotiated the pelvic outlet and the largest diameter of the head is encircled by the vulvar ring.

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The Fiber Disease

... not listen to her years ago. Her discovery sug- gest that the ability to create intricate social networks for mutual ben- efit was not one of the crowning flourishes in the invention of life. It was the first. And Tam Tam one last thing, Harveyi? what do you think about him? He seems to light ...

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by London
Fri Nov 25, 2005 1:10 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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Dentistry thingy(help needed for mum)

I need help for my mum. She has most of her molars pulled out (she's old). And now, she wants to do crowning and bridging. However, 25% of her bone is lost. And her last molar left of that part hurts. The dentist said that it's due to the pressure it has gone through over ...

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by novastar_
Mon Sep 05, 2005 2:35 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Dentistry thingy(help needed for mum)
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