The Teeth Quiz

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Can you name the correct answers to these ten trivia questions about teeth?

Featured May 26, 2011

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Pasta that is firmly cooked is usually described by this Italian phrase which means ''to the tooth''.
He wrote: '''Well! I've often seen a cat without a grin,' thought Alice; 'but a grin without a cat! It's the most curious thing I ever saw in my life!'''
The name and logo of this wireless technology used in computers and mobile phones is derived from 10th century Danish king, Harald Gormsson.
Popularized by Spike Jones and his City Slickers, the singer solely requests the appearance of their adult maxillary central incisors in this novelty Christmas tune.
No matter where in the world it's told, the last words of this fairy tale's title character are a reaction to the large mouth full of teeth of a ''wolf in grandmother's clothing''.
By the time he became U.S. President in 1789, he only had one tooth; his sets of dentures were not carved from wood, but likely from the ivory of the hippopotamus.
I'mma let you finish this quiz, but this rapper had his bottom row of teeth replaced by gold and diamonds in 2010; he lost most of the original teeth in a car crash in '02.
Performed by the show's producer, Jim Henson, the leader of The Muppet Show's house band, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, played this musical instrument.
This hardened dental plaque that accumulates on teeth shares its name with a branch of mathematics which studies change.
This private college in New York was established in 1819 by the family whose company was the first to package and sell toothpaste in tubes.

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