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|Find type||Flint and lithics|
|Secondary find type|
|Generic grouping||Flint and lithics|
|Comments||The outermost distal end broken off. The proximal end is heavily rounded / abraded, but the piece in general is not. The proximal abrasion must be due to use.|
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