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tusk

1. a pointed elongated usually paired tooth in the elephant, walrus, and certain other mammals that is often used for fighting
2. the canine tooth of certain animals, esp horses

tusk

1. A beveled shoulder on a tenon to provide additional strength, the mortise being cut correspondingly.
2. A stone or brick in toothing.
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Gut Springenheide GmbH and Rudolf Tusky v Oberkreisdirector des Kreeises Steifurt--Amt fur Lebensmitteluberwachung, Judgment of the European Court of Justice of 16 July 1998, Case No.
Regardless of method, quality of life assessment often focuses on the perceived well-being of the individual in physical, psychological, social and material areas (Cella & Tusky, 1993; Felce & Perry, 1996; Murphy & Williams, 1999; Padilla, Grant & Ferrell, 1992).
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