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the pointed head or striking tip of an arrow

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I'll contact a farmer friend of mine to see if we can pay his field a visit to look for arrowheads.
Three days of rain had washed the freshly tilled earth, which meant that the arrowheads would be free of soil and easier to find.
As they traveled, Dean explained that nearly all arrowheads are made of flint.
When a straying microtubule reaches an arrowhead, it does an about-face, Uyeda notes.
But even after decades of studying books about ancient techniques and chipping away at obsidian and other rocks, McCarthy says his work doesn't come close to arrowheads made by the nation's first inhabitants.
A few times a year, McCarthy demonstrates the art of making arrowheads at Strathearn Historical Park, where his wife, Lois, has been a docent for 25 years.
Eleven-year-old Tyler Schoffstall got interested in making arrowheads during one of McCarthy's demonstrations three years ago.
A few times a year McCarthy demonstrates the art of making arrowheads at Strathearn Historical Park, where his wife, Lois, has been a docent for 25 years.
Making an arrowhead can take anywhere from 15 minutes to several hours, McCarthy said, and one wrong move can ruin a promising piece.
In contrast, Yahi arrowheads had small blades and were notched at the base.
Instead, he was taken to the UC Berkeley Museum of Anthropology, where he helped experts record his language, customs and delighted audiences by making fire or arrowheads.
The TriCoast Insurance assets will be a part of Arrowhead, operating under the direction of Steve Bouker, the executive vice president of Arrowhead.
I look forward to my continuing relationship with Arrowhead and new opportunities for my valued clients.