bone char

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bone char

[′bōn ‚chär]
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Further discoveries of charred bones and stone tools on Flores suggest that 'hobbits' lived there from about 95,000 years ago to at least 13,000 years ago.
It added a German historian, acting on information from a British colleague, had found wreckage from Warburton's azure blue Lockheed F-5 Lightning as well as several broken and charred bones that experts said testified to the force of the crash.
Carr notes that there is evidence of cooking in the hearth, which contains the charred bones of several small mammals.
But he saw four piles of charred bones and skulls, with the victims appearing to be hugging each other.
The Central Criminal Court was told the alleged murderers later dug up fatherof-four Bernard Brian McGrath, burned his body over a number of days, smashed his charred bones and reburied them.
James finds a pile of charred bones near their home, wife Adele, played by Coyote Ugly star Maria Bello, starts painting disturbing pictures and son Sam suffers fits and visions.
Donning a protective white paper suit and treading carefully past body bags and charred bones, Mr Cook was reduced to a shocked whisper as he spoke of his horror.