dent.


Related to dent.: Dent disease, Harvey Dent

dent.

abbreviation for
1. dental
2. (Dentistry) dentistry
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One of the officers said Dent bit him on the arm, and that's why he started punching Dent.
Mr Moran also told the court: "The defendant was working away in the middle of the North Sea providing for his family when for some reason his wife Louise started a relationship with Mr Dent.
Once they were into the scuffle he did not look for an opportunity to bite Mr Dent.
Elle fait figure d'alerte d'une certaine sensibilite des tissus de soutien de la dent.
That's what drives our economy, people doing predictable things--borrowing, saving, investing and spending," said Dent, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee and founder/CEO of economic research firm HS Dent.
In early 2007, we started a project to rebuild the idea, flavour, package and concept of Dent.
From the moment he was arrested through to his conviction for soliciting a prostitute in June 2005, Redcar man Jonathan Thorpe, 34, from Soppett Street, pretended his name was Richard Dent.
TIM HENMAN made impressive progress into the second round of the Madrid Masters Series event with a 6-2 6-4 win over American Taylor Dent.
We have never lost an investor a dime of principal or interest in 24 years," said Jay Dent.
So far at the Mercedes, the Belgian has been best known as the guy disposing of the hometown favorites, having defeated former Bruins star Justin Gimelstob in the first round and then Newport Beach's Dent.
Altogether, this combination delivers an outstanding combination of risks and returns, according to Dent.