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tooth

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a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon

an appendage of insects that is capable of injecting venom

canine tooth of a carnivorous animal

hollow or grooved tooth of a venomous snake

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Along his scalp the hair bristled: his upper lip drew back that his fighting fangs might be uncovered and ready.
Several other bulls, growling and barking, closed in toward the clearing, but they were all much farther from the balu and the panther than was Tarzan of the Apes, so it was that Sheeta and the ape-man reached Teeka's little one almost simultaneously; and there they stood, one upon either side of it, baring their fangs and snarling at each other over the little creature.
He now thought only of tearing to ribbons with his powerful talons the flesh of his antagonist, of burying his long, yellow fangs in the soft, smooth hide of the ape-man, but Tarzan had fought before with clawed creatures of the jungle.
Did he long to see Sheeta's great fangs sink into the soft throat of the ape-man?
His long fighting fangs buried themselves in the white throat.
She sank her fangs into her mate's shoulder in reproof; and he, frightened, unaware of what constituted this new onslaught, struck back ferociously and in still greater fright, ripping down the side of the she-wolf's muzzle.
This was her day--and it came not often--when manes bristled, and fang smote fang or ripped and tore the yielding flesh, all for the possession of her.
us strode hastily down the forest glade, driving before him, with the assistance of Fangs, the whole herd of his inharmonious charge.
This it was which saved him from death beneath the iron muscles and tearing fangs of Terkoz.
But so far the young Englishman had been able to keep those horrible fangs from his jugular and now, as they fought less fiercely for a moment, to regain their breath, Tarzan formed a cunning plan.
Fang was a lean, long-backed, stiff-necked, middle-sized man, with no great quantity of hair, and what he had, growing on the back and sides of his head.
Fang was at that moment perusing a leading article in a newspaper of the morning, adverting to some recent decision of his, and commending him, for the three hundred and fiftieth time, to the special and particular notice of the Secretary of State for the Home Department.
Fang, tossing the card contemptuously away with the newspaper.
Fang, throwing the paper on one side, 'what's this fellow charged with?
Now,' said Fang, 'what's the charge against this boy?