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    belly_ttt is offline Senior Member
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    Default Teeth or tooth?

    Sarah turned out to be a fed member who acted as a bait so that the FBI could trace her through a so- called "positioning chip" implanted to her teeth.

    1) Am I right to add so- called here?
    2) Teeth or tooth?

    Thanks in advance

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: Teeth or tooth?

    Why would you call it "so-called" - it clearly is a positioning device since the FBI used it to trace her.

    And presumably the device is very small, so is only implanted in a tooth.

    ALSO ...who acted as bait...

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