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silex

[′sī‚leks]
(materials)
Heat- and shock-resistant glass containing about 98% quartz.
(mineralogy)
A pure or finely ground quartz.

silex

1. Flint or flintstone.
2. By extension, any kind of hard stone cut into polygonal blocks.
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