- n. Plural form of teether.
“Luv N 'Care recalled the teethers after learning that samples of two lots collected by the FDA were found to contain Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus circulans, respectively in the gel.”
“Luv N' Care recalled the teethers after learning that samples of two lots collected by the FDA were found to contain Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus circulans, respectively in the gel.”
“The other day, he tried putting his pacifier and one of his teethers in my mouth which I thought was such a sweet and loving gesture (though not exactly what I wanted).”
“Too much TV, not enough veggies, too much sugar, not enough time outside, plastic teethers, forward facing car seats too soon, whatever.”
“It is the spirit driving those who are working to make the Church's music available to all the world for free download, without legal teethers and without the limitation that comes from physical books.”
“The teethers were sold in retail outlets nationwide and as well as online.”
“Consumers are urged to take the teethers away from their babies and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.”
“The company has stopped making the teethers and has notified its distributors.”
“A Louisiana company is recalling gel-filled baby teethers sold under the brand names Nuby, Cottontails and Playschool nationwide because the gel may be contaminated with bacteria, according to the Food and Drug Administration.”
“• Find safer toys, teethers and clothes for your family.”
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