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1 A term used to describe a flint or stone tool with one edge worked into a series of notches to give a toothed or serrated cutting blade.
2 Term used by François Bordes for one of the defined Mousterian assemblages in southwest France, which had few scrapers but high proportions of notched and denticulate blades.
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