gnashers

gnashers

(ˈnæʃəz)
pl n
(Dentistry) slang teeth, esp false ones
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The compound, which enables the cichlid to have a ceaseless supply of gnashers throughout its life cycle - is also found in humans.
Robin and his partner had been visiting her family in Hurworth-on-Tees, Co Durham, when the set of gnashers vanished.
He stars as Derek Thompson, a veteran ice hockey player nicknamed Tooth Fairy because his aggressive play frequently relieves opposition players of their gnashers.
And Emley, a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, was one of the first to be treated to gleaming gnashers.
THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUR TEETH BBC1 9pm Dr Chris Van Tulleken (right) gives himself gum disease as part of an experiment into our gnashers. And a leading dentist tries to restore the confidence of Joe, a young man with the teeth of a pensioner.
My own bid to whiten my gnashers years ago had the same effect.
And it's true what the Yanks say: because of our love of sugar, British people do have terrible gnashers.
The 51-year-old is portrayed with a cape and pointy gnashers, like horror film bloodsucker 'Nosferatu.'
He'd had his two front teeth knocked out while playing and it was his favourite party trick, on train trips to games up north, to pull out his false gnashers and plunge them into the nicest looking cake on the British Rail trolley.
The area linked the waterfront with the city centre in a similar way to Liverpool One and after the collapse it stuck out like a missing tooth in a row of otherwise gleaming gnashers.
Unlike Childs' gnashers after the video to their first single Candyfloss in which he and Blake had to wolf down 16 plates of the stuff in one sitting.