This may be due to lingual complexities created by terms absorbed from other languages, says Jordan.
An incipient dentine tract is present on the lingual side of the tooth.
Similarities in language that can be traced to an Atlantean lingual root are across the world, not limited to a single continent.
Oral lichen planus is common, mainly occurs after middle age, and typically presents as bilateral white lesions (papules, plaques, or reticular areas) in the buccal and lingual mucosae.
The cingulum, which is strong at the posterior border, thins out in anterior direction along the lingual and buccal sides.
The posterior lingual crista runs off the lingual side of the fifth cuspule, following the ridge of a posterolingual bulge.
The later dinocephalians improved on this system by developing heels on the lingual sides of the incisor teeth which met against one another to form a crushing surface when the jaws were shut.
The beauty in relationships that transcend social and lingual boundaries is wonderfully depicted as Isa dances with locals in an Indian desert.
It's consistently lucid, but nearly devoid of the lingual delights and challenges that draw enthusiasts to poetic culture, of any form, in the first place.
In time, the logic of separation will not be limited to religion - there will be divisions demanded along cultural, lingual and ethnic lines.