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an impudent statement

either of the two large fleshy masses of muscular tissue that form the human rump

impudent aggressiveness

speak impudently to

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Occurrence of enamel hypoplasia in white-tailed deer lower cheek teeth (343 lower mandibles) collected from the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge, central Georgia.
Pengilly (1984) noted that the degree of dental variability in mammals (based on the coefficient of variation of measurements, not anomalies) is lowest in the central cheek teeth.
Systematic important characters of the body and cranium (incisors, molars, occipitonasal, condylobasal, zygomatic, tympanic bullae, length of nasal, diastema, anterior palatine foramina, tympanic bullae; width of tympanic bullae, upper cheek teeth, lower cheek teeth, rostrum, mandible and height of skull) of rodents were studied.
He walked on two legs, was thick-set and short with a small brain, and had big cheek teeth for grinding the toughest plants.
To check their conclusions, the scientists made models of prehistoric stone tools and used them to drill human cheek teeth.
This is why their staple diet should be grass or hay, which provides the wear that their ever-growing cheek teeth need.
It could be his front teeth are too long to grab the food or he might have spikes on his cheek teeth which can cause painful ulcers.
The Medicine Pole Hills has a nearly complete dental arcade, with the first complete p4, the first complete P4 and the first possible anterior premolar, lacking only the m2 among the cheek teeth.
It has the unusual combination of small cheek teeth and a big flat face.
In horses, the fixed jaw movement patterns often result in uneven wear of cheek teeth rows (Deuel and Lawrence 1986).
ARabbits who drool and stop eating are most likely to have some problems with their cheek teeth.
Measurements of the Iron Bridge cheek teeth are comparable to those of C.
The comparative measurements of the cheek teeth of Hipparion sp.