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The tooth fairy is a fairy that comes during the night when a child loses a tooth. Children leave the tooth, often under their pillow, and the tooth fairy comes while the child is sleeping, takes the tooth, and leaves money or gifts for the child.
If you haven't signed a contract does the landlord have to give you a certain amount of days to get out?
Yes, local landlord/tenant laws will dictate the required minimum notice period for a "tenancy at will", especially where there is no signed document indicating some other period. It is often one month, hence the term "month-to-month" rentals which need no written contract at all. I've learned that the term is often dictated by the frequency with which you pay rent. If monthly, then 30 days' notice; if weekly, then Iowa, as an example, requires ten days notice by either party to end the...
Asked in Tooth Fairy
Is the tooth fairy real?
There are three main opinions about the reality of the tooth fairy. Some people believe that the tooth fairy is real, and when a child loses his/her tooth and puts it under the pillow, she will come during the night to take the tooth and give the child a coin. Other people believe that the tooth fairy is only a mythical creature, and she does not exist outside of fairy tales. And some people believe that the tooth fairy exists in...
How do you take out a tooth?
First, the tooth should be COMPLETLY numb so that the patient does not feel any pain. Once that is accomplished, then the Dentist will use an instrument called an elevator to push the gums gently away from the tooth. When most of the gums at the top are pulled back the dentist will use another instrument that pushes the gums aways as you he goes lower down the roots of the tooth. When all sides of the tooth are loose from...
Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care, Tooth Fairy
What about a Mandibular tooth coming in behind another tooth - both deciduous?
The tooth that is coming in behind the mandibular tooth is not deciduous, it will be a permanent tooth. These permanent mandibular teeth should be coming in anywhere from 6-10 years of age. ...
How do you remove a child's tooth?
you can go to the dentist or you can tie a string to the tooth and to a door knob and slam the door or you can hold the tooth with a napkin between 2 fingers and pull or you can give the napkin to the child and let them pull it out themselves ...
Asked in Founding Fathers, Dog Health, Tooth Fairy
Which founding father had all of his teeth pulled by the age of 57?
Losing teeth was not at all uncommon in those days, but the person this question is looking for was George Washington. He was famous for his wooden false teeth. ...
Asked in Fairy Tales, Fairies and Pixies, Tooth Fairy
Why do people not believe in fairies?
It's because they haven't figured out how to trust their hearts. Also, children are more inclined to believe because they are more open to the unexplainable- like Nessie or the Tooth Fairy or the monster under the bed. Sometimes adults only want to see what they can explain, which is really sad for them. ...
Asked in Fairies and Pixies, Tooth Fairy, Zombies
What is the history behind the tradition of tooth fairy?
Centuries ago, in Europe it was a common practice when a child's baby tooth fell out (primary tooth), to bury it in the ground. It was done so that a new tooth (permanent tooth) would grow in its place. The other reason for this ritual was the superstition, that if a witch got a hold of the tooth, a curse could be placed on the child, (as with fingernail clippings and/or hair). So by burying their children's teeth, this unfortunate curse...
What do fairies eat and drink?
Different types of faries eat different types of things. Below are what the different faries eat. Water Faries: Drinks water from lakes, streams, and oceans. Flower Faries: Nectar of Flowers Eventide Faries: Require little food, sip of dew or drop of nectar Forest: Berries, fairy butter, and drink purest water Snow: Rain,snow,flour and honey My eight year old fairy expert says they eat lots of things. They LOVE sugar, honey and all wild berries. (They still like store bought berries) Fairies drink mostly milk and consider...
Why would the red power LED on a Cony mini hi-fi system model No hcd-cpx22 flash and the system become inoperable?
you have to replace transistor Q906 (2SC1623) in to a 2SC639, this transistor you wil find on the main board and you will see it hes been heated, it is mistake made bij sony, this transistor can't dissipate the current witch it has to it wil not measure defect but it is. change it and your stereo wil work again! Reyn ...
Asked in Tooth Fairy, Extinct Animals
What is the Tooth Fairy's phone number?
The Tooth Fairy doesn't carry a phone. Oh, nothing that simple and human-like for such an important Fairy. She has the ability to hear that tooth pop right out. That is her special gift! She can tell just from the sound, where you live, what you name is, how old you are, and how many other teeth she has collected from you. Just from that one little sound. Sometimes you hear it, but just barely, when your tooth plinks out of...
What is EPBX system in powerline communication?
EPBX(Electronic private branch exchange) are Phone systems, which traditionally run on proprietary special purpose computers, can run on ordinary servers and workstations, allowing telephones to work just like any other computer application. ...