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ros•tro•car•i•nate



Pronunciation: (ros"trō-kar'u-nāt", -nit), [key]
n.
a chipped flint with a beaklike shape found in the late Tertiary sediments of Suffolk, England, once thought to have been worked by humans but now known to have been shaped by natural nonhuman agencies.

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