teeth arm
 n.— «Teeth Arm regiments and corps were of course very powerful. For instance, from 1904 to present, all Army Councillors (or Board Members) have been Infantry, Cavalry, Tanks, Gunners or Sappers.» —“The Downfall of Leslie Hore-Belisha” by A.J. Trythall Journal of Contemporary History July, 1981. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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