He's got an appointment with me to have a bicuspid pulled.
"McTeague" by Frank Norris
Next behind the canines follow, on each side, two bicuspids.
"A Practical Physiology" by Albert F. Blaisdell
In man, the bicuspid teeth.
"The Ancient Life History of the Earth" by Henry Alleyne Nicholson
He had a gold tooth, the upper left bicuspid gold.
"The Winning Clue" by James Hay, Jr.
Bicuspidate: ending in two points or cusps.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
When did his malicious ambition first sprout up towards molars and bicuspids?
"Chimney-Pot Papers" by Charles S. Brooks
Lingual cavities in molars and bicuspids can be perfectly preserved with tin.
"Tin Foil and Its Combinations for Filling Teeth" by Henry L. Ambler
The incisors, cuspids, and bicuspids, have each but one root.
"A Treatise on Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene (Revised Edition)" by Calvin Cutter
We have known of cases where cuspids, bicuspids, and molars have all been extracted.
"Home Life of Great Authors" by Hattie Tyng Griswold
The upper and lower are both cone-shaped, and the superior first bicuspid exhibits tendency thereto.
"Degeneracy" by Eugene S. Talbot
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We say that γx is bicuspidal if and only if it has both its ends in the cusp (in that case there is a point x 6= y ∈ S1 so that γy is γx with reverse orientation); otherwise γx is called unicuspidal.
Simple geodesics on a punctured surface
In Section 4 we show that every simple bicuspidal geodesic γ lies in an open interval of otherwise non-simple geodesics (4.2); this interval is called the deadzone of γ and γ is called the center of the deadzone.
Simple geodesics on a punctured surface
In particular we have that any bicuspidal geodesic lies in a deadzone (a non simple geodesic lies in a deadzone by 5.7 and a simple geodesic is the center of a deadzone); hence since the lifts of the cusp are dense (2.4), so too is the union of the deadzones.
Simple geodesics on a punctured surface
This has two immediate consequences: ﬁrst every interval of S1 \ K contains exactly one point of E and these points correspond to the bicuspidal geodesics (the centers of the deadzones).
Simple geodesics on a punctured surface
Since eγy is bicuspidal it is contained in a deadzone, say V .
Simple geodesics on a punctured surface
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