microlith


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microlith

 [mi´kro-lith″]
a minute concretion or calculus.

mi·cro·lith

(mī'krō-lith),
A minute calculus, usually multiple, sometimes constituting a coarse sand called gravel; may occur in prostate or testes.
[micro- + G. lithos, stone]

mi·cro·lith

(mī'krō-lith)
A minute stone or stonelike concretion, especially a calculus fragment passed in the urine as a component of gravel.
[micro- + G. lithos, stone]
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Developments in microlith shape also appeared to be linked to short (1 to 2 centuries) but abrupt climatic events (which themselves would have been tied to increasing environmental and demographic change).
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