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Plaque 101

Bacteria can live in your mouth in the form of plaque, causing cavities and gingivitis, which can lead to periodontal (gum) disease. In order to keep your mouth clean, you must practice good  oral hygiene every day. 259 more words

Saidie Patterson

A “blue plaque” has been erected on the front of the Shankill Methodist church (on the Shankill at Berlin Street) to Saidie Patterson “trade unionist and peace activist”. 91 more words


Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is a result of plaque, which hardens into a rough, porous substance called tartar. The acids produced and released by bacteria found in tartar irritate gums. 72 more words

Tudor Superstitions

Many superstitions during the Tudor period dated back to traditions and beliefs from much earlier times.  The superstitions were also steeped in the belief in old magic and the mystical properties of animals and herbs. 365 more words

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Plaque in Saskatoon commemorates soldiers’ efforts during Afghanistan war

The City of Saskatoon has permanently commemorated those who fought in the Afghanistan war.

A plaque was added to the Saskatoon cenotaph, marking the North Saskatchewan Regiment… 128 more words


Sir Vincent Litchfield Raven: railway legend

Even among railway enthusiasts, Sir Vincent Litchfield Raven is one of the less well known names, yet he was hugely influential in shaping the railway system as we know it today. 2,616 more words


Memorial plaque at LEs Invalides

A memorial plaque for those who died for France in WWI, located on the first floor of Les Invalides.

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