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crayon

a soft color-marking material used in identification especially in sheep.

crayon-marking
marking of ewes by rams wearing crayons on their chests and held there by a harness. By changing the color of the crayon it is possible to date the reproductive events of the flock. See also tupping crayon.
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The pebble and crayon were located in an area already rich in art," Needham said.
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En effet, il existe plusieurs types de ce crayon qui different selon la portee et l'etendue de la lumiere emise.