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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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molarmo‧lar /ˈməʊlə $ ˈmoʊlər/ noun [countable]  HBone of the large teeth at the back of the mouth that are used for breaking up foodincisormolar adjective
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molarThe distinction is made between molars in place in mandibles or maxillae, and isolated molars.He failed a Rowntrees medical in Halifax, Yorks, because of the black molars.And so what if her dentures are a few molars short of the set.The horse softens food before swallowing by chewing the food between his molars with a sideways grinding action of the lower jaw.Insectivore molars from category 5 predator assemblages are even more dramatically digested.Digestion of the molars by mammalian predators varies considerably.The other is that the molar numbers are so low that some sort of sampling bias is strongly indicated against the molars.
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