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  • noun Plural form of paleolith.


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  • Her sway must have begun with the glacial drifters and the kitchen middeners and the Engis skull man, when they and the rest of the paleoliths were battling with the dodo and the dinornis and the didifornis, and had no time for the cult of beauty except by proxy.

    The Bacillus of Beauty A Romance of To-day

  • There is an account of early plant life, prehistoric animals, paleoliths, and prehistoric man.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 5, 1920

  • More than once during the winter of 1908-09, it being a time of great distress, gravel-pit workers came to me with some of those worked flints -- the big paleoliths of the river-gravel -- which they had found and saved up, but now desired to sell, in order to raise money for pointing their pickaxes.

    Change in the Village


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