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tool-maker

a person who specializes in the production or reconditioning of precision tools, cutters, etc.
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This will allow resolving the issues in the tool-making industry and will give an additional impetus to the industry," the statement said.
Language and stone tool-making are considered to be unique features of humankind that evolved over millions of years.
I hope that I will be able to work in the tool-making division here once I complete my apprenticeship next year.
sediba used its hand for arboreal locomotion but was also capable of human-like precision grips, a prerequisite for tool-making.
The tool-making technique, called pressure flaking, involves using an animal bone or some other object to exert pressure near the edge of a stone piece and carve out a relatively small flake.
Chimps' tool-making disadvantage largely derives from having large hands that can't manipulate objects as well or generate as much striking force as human hands can, Toth says.
I was 21, playing part-time football for Dunfermline and on the point of emigrating to Canada, where my father's family was to take up the tool-making trade.
The child's carefully positioned body, which was covered with a coarse sand mixed with stone implements and tool-making debris, was apparently placed in the pit on purpose, Vermeersch says.
Stone sources and patterns of tool-making debris vary in conjunction with landscape changes at several sites: locations in northern Kenya and southern Ethiopia, from 2.