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har·poon

(har-pūn'),
A small, sharp-pointed instrument with a barbed head used for extracting bits of tissue for microscopic examination.

harpoon

(hăr-poon′) [Gr. harpazein, to seize]
A device with a hook on one end for obtaining small pieces of tissue such as muscle for examination.
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The assemblage represented activities such as hunting (harpoon heads, foreshafts, and barbed points), hide working (scrapers, needles, and awls), and tool making (punches and pressure flakers for removing chips in shaping stone tools, discarded osseous blanks and preforms, and waste material from cutting).
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