The in-betweeners


tary draughtsmen who drew up the original Dentists Act, upon which the current 1984 version is based, did so on a bleak mid-winter Friday afternoon. Alternatively they may just have been having, as the modern vernacular would have it, ‘a laugh’, or, as their contemporaneous style might have phrased it, a wry smile, for they defined the practice of dentistry… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.bdj.2013.58


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