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Synonyms for jawbone

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So given the range in both those estimates, the jawbone might be about 50,000 to 100,000 years older.
htm#page=1) jawbone  can manifest in tooth loss or pain.
Following a collaborative effort that began over a year ago, Alterra acquired the project from Jawbone Wind Energy, LLC, which is principally owned by Philip and Daniel Rudnick, who will continue to work with Alterra to complete development of the project.
Renewable energy company Alterra Power Corp (TSX:AXY) reported on Monday the completion of the acquisition of Jawbone wind development project in Kern County, California for an undisclosed amount.
The masseter is divided into two sections, the "superficial", the thick and tendon-like portion of the muscle that connects to the cheekbone, and the "deep" portion that connects to the jawbone.
When Dr Khan did manage to pull the tooth out he pulled a piece of Mr Checkland's jawbone with it and told him he needed to go to hospital.
Boxing blockbuster Jawbone is being filmed in locations including the city's Jewellery Quarter.
The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress (EHBC) is hosting the top names in fitness trackers such as Intel, Garmin, Jawbone, and Polar.
Dubai: The Jawbone UP2 is a basic fitness tracker that can be wirelessly connected with iOS or Android hand-held devices.
Jawbone is trying to change that perception with its ERA headset ($129.
Other activity trackers include Jawbone, Nike, Xaomi and Garmin, while the Apple Watch also includes some health-monitoring features.
Mix and match your accessories with this colorful fitness tracker, the Jawbone UP Move.
Jawbone introduces UP MOVE, a new, easy -to-use activity tracker that helps you get fit, lose weight and have fun doing it.
Two years ago, oral surgeons at UC Davis began using a revolutionary procedure to generate partial jawbone regrowth in two dozen dogs who suffered injury or removal of cancerous tumors.