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bifacial

(bī-fā′shəl)
adj.
1. Having two faces, fronts, or façades.
2. Having two opposing surfaces that are alike.
3. Archaeology Flaked in such a way as to produce a cutting edge that is sharp on both sides. Used of a stone tool.

bi·fa′cial·ly adv.

bifacial

adjective Having or referring to two leaves, flat or channelled with distinct adaxial and abaxial surfaces.

bifacial

(bī-fā′shăl) [″ + facies, face]
Having similar opposite surfaces.
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073 cubic metres), and that most trimming was bifacial thinning, 149.
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In contrast, Abolbodoideae (Abolboda, Aratitiyopea, and Orectanthe) have bifacial leaves, spherical pollen without an evident aperture, novel glands on the gynoecium, anatropous ovules, and spherical seeds (Dahlgren et al.
This paper analyses one of them--the production and distribution of large bifacial points, i.
Smith, Michael A 1995 'Radiocarbon dates for bifacial points at Scotch Creek I', Australian Archaeology 41:40-1.
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6 million to 250,000 years ago, from South Africa and northern Europe to India and Nepal--probably did not conduct life-cycle analysis on their characteristic bifacial hand-axes.
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The flint tools consisted mainly of scrapers, retouched flakes, rare burins and a few bifacial points made from flint and quartzite (Figure 6).