Never had they witnessed such power of mastication
, and such marvellous capacity of stomach, as in this native and uncultivated gastronome.
At that moment the sound of jaws in the act of mastication
, which proceeded from beneath the furnace, struck Charmolue's uneasy ear.
Now all admire, in each high-flavored dish The capabilities of flesh—fowl—fish; In order due each guest assumes his station, Throbs high his breast with fond anticipation, And prelibates the joys of mastication
It is more blasphemous than that thing which is swiping our meat," I replied, for whatever the thing was, it had leaped upon our deer and was devouring it in great mouthfuls which it swallowed without mastication
After he had with great difficulty accomplished the mastication
of a mouthful of the dried pease, he found it absolutely necessary to request his pious entertainer to furnish him with some liquor; who replied to his request by placing before him a large can of the purest water from the fountain.
Thus his soldiers saw him, after what he boastingly called his supper -- that is to say, after the exercise of mastication
reported by us at the commencement of this chapter -- like Napoleon on the eve of Austerlitz, seated asleep in his rush chair, half beneath the light of his lamp, half beneath the reflection of the moon, commencing its ascent in the heavens, which denoted that it was nearly half past nine in the evening.
In a pause of mastication
and deglutition, Lady Tippins, contemplating Mortimer, recalls that it was at our dear Veneerings, and in the presence of a party who are surely all here, that he told them his story of the man from somewhere, which afterwards became so horribly interesting and vulgarly popular.
, Republic and Three Rivers Ranger Districts
He thought hard before declaring: "It's probably a matter of simply teaching you some mastication
Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are a heterogeneous group of symptoms afflicting the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and/or the muscles of mastication
as well as the surrounding tissues.
An effective mastication
requires balance between SS structures.
56 (out of 70) had their mastication
improved after prosthetic treatment (80%).