Redux: The uppercrust of intelligence…

Merriam-Webster’s 11 th edition of the Collegi...

Caller: Upper-Anterior (Front) teeth is for the top front teeth correct?

Let’s consult Webster’s dictionary, shall we? Upper seems to indicate top, and Front, well unless it’s a random Opposite Day in the English language, front means front. Wouldn’t you agree?

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