dent.

Related to dent.: Dent disease, Harvey Dent

dent.

abbreviation for
1. dental
2. (Dentistry) dentistry
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"I should say the preference lies with you," responded Colonel Dent.
SARL is focused on the future of agriculture and how we can best solve the rural, urban divide," said Dent.
After this, the indenter was displaced again with a vertical outward displacement to release the dent. Finally, internal pressure was applied to the inner surface of pipe to investigate the pipe performance and determine the limit pressure.
A coating disbondment issue can lead to corrosion which also affects the integrity of the dent.
In this position, Dent will report to Green Dot CEO, Steven Streit and the company also stated that Lewis Goodwin will remain the bank's president and report to Dent.
One of the officers said Dent bit him on the arm, and that's why he started punching Dent. Police said the force was needed to restrain Dent.
When you understand this construction you will realize there is only one means of effectively and cheaply raising dents and that is to introduce moisture into the dent. Most stocks are not so dead and dry that they will not react to the introduction of moisture, as a stock swollen from moisture indicates.
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. There's also no suggestion that any of the children were subjected to watching it."
Elle fait figure d'alerte d'une certaine sensibilite des tissus de soutien de la dent. Le traitement consiste a pratiquer un detartrage mecanique ou a l'aide d'ultrasons qui soigne de maniere reversible la gingivite.
"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.