The first photographs were taken in the late 1820s, and the new medium developed throughout the rest of the century as a practical tool, artistic form and social activity. Some dismiss the idea that bad teeth could have been a possible cause for early photography's close-lipped images, since that was a common condition and wouldn't have necessarily been noteworthy at the time.
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Hawkins, 32, was intoxicated and kept wandering around the room, gathering her things and asking for a ride home.
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Hawkins said she was angry with the man, so she started wrestling with him, then bit his ear off and spat it out in the room somewhere, according to the complaint.