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lithic

[′lith·ik]
(petrology)
Pertaining to stone.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

lithic

Pertaining to stone.
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A statement from the team said: "Battle Hill contains a variety of previously unmapped prehistoric sites including Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age lithic scatters, a possible Iron Age hillfort, a 3,000-year-old upstanding hut circle as well as a potential Neolithic or Bronze Age cairn.
Most of the material in and around the hearths is lithic, consisting of flakes and scrapers in local stone, as well as bifaces, points, knives, and various tools in grey-green chert, quartz, quartzite, and Ramah quartzite (Robbins, 1989:10; Tuck, 2005: 31-32).
Moreover, it was found that the content of lithic fragments kept relatively unchanged until the depth reached 2800 m, after which it sharply decreased with depth (Figure 4).
This threatening whirlpool, which seemed as if it could swallow up the entire exhibition in one fell swoop, distanced viewers from the harmony of the spheres discussed by Johannes Kepler, bringing the audience closer to the lithic dimension suggested by the show's title.
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The luncheon began with Scott Paton of Arlberg Sports interviewing Jonathan Baker from eqpd, Ty Bourgeois and Paul Roberts from Lithic Skis, and Adam Krefting and Dan Hallada from CushCore.
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An inspection confirmed the quarrying operation for lithic lapilli tuff, commonly known as adobe.
The upper silt deposits contain a variety of lithic tool types within a dense scatter of debitage and bone fragments spanning a wide time range.