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tool-maker

(ˈtuːlˌmeɪkə)
n
(Crafts) a person who specializes in the production or reconditioning of precision tools, cutters, etc
ˈtool-ˌmaking n
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tool-maker

[ˈtuːlˌmeɪkəʳ] nchi fabbrica attrezzi
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The stone tools, found at a site in Attirampakkam in Chennai, are sophisticated blades chipped from chunks of quartz -- a tool-making technique called Levallois that was previously thought to have come in India about 125,000 years ago.
The participants of the session also discussed problems in tool-making industry.
Researchers from the University of Liverpool tested the brain activity of 10 expert stone tool makers (flint knappers) as they undertook a stone tool-making task and a standard language test.
Now a finalist in EEF's Apprentice of the Year competition, he is one of 11 apprentices currently enrolled on a four-year MA scheme at the Llantrisant-based precision- tool-making company.
Our in-house tool-making strategy is to take on the molds that would be too risky or expensive for outside shops," says Gerard.
erectus artifacts found at sites in China from the same time span exhibit no substantial changes in tool-making.
Humans, it seems, are the violent tool-making descendants of chimps--and the progenitors of soulless and murdering computers.
They bear signs of ancient African tool-making technology.
98-million-year-old human hand makes a better candidate for an early tool-making hominin hand than the Homo habilis hand, and may well have been a predecessor from which the later Homo hand evolved, according to a new study.
Hunt happened upon the crows' tool-making in the mid-1990s.