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  • I had a pretty wild bachelor party for my wedding and I had the bitemark on my chest to prove it.

    The Movie Blog

  • The injury to the cheek of Haley Oliveaux is not seen in hospital photos ... and was generated by using a mold of Duncan's teeth to create a bitemark.

    Reason Magazine - Hit & Run

  • Bite marks often are associated with highly sensationalized and prejudicial cases, and there can be a great deal of pressure on the examining expert to match a bitemark to a suspect.

    Reason Magazine - Hit & Run

  • Patel had already attracted controversy after he concluded in 2002 that a woman found locked in a bedroom belonging to the serial killer Anthony Hardy, with a bitemark on her thigh, had died of natural causes.

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • A fight broke out between the two men and Mr Brown was left with a broken nose and a bitemark to the chin.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • * stops singing* Ok ... enough melodrama ... call that my tribute to a quickly-fading bitemark.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

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