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Right now, the curling seed heads of toothache grass are waving above the fray.
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Dig up the root of a toothache plant, pop it in your mouth and chew.
The story would go through several iterations, but the bottom line was that Gibson boarded the Cardinals’ bus to Fenway with an empty stomach and a toothache to boot.
More medieval whimsy is carved into the capitals: One man has a toothache, another pulls a thorn from his foot, and a farmer clobbers a thief so hard his hat falls off.
And don’t even think about getting a 1916 toothache.
The charms manual includes everyday tips and remedies, including how to alleviate menstrual cramps, soothe a toothache (use a dead man's tooth, obviously), and craft a super-strong key.
In that case, a woman in pain from a toothache went to Collazos who was accused of giving her a shot of unknown medication in her buttocks, kissing her there and fondling her.
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