OTHER WORDS FROM Paleolithicpre·pa·le·o·lith·ic, adjective
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All of them—Scarsdale, Zone, South Beach, Paleolithic, Israeli Army—OK, maybe not eating placentas.
This pattern of behavior has haunted human societies since Paleolithic times.
The routes of migration of the successive waves of lower Paleolithic immigrants are still unknown.
Paleolithic man was a mere hunter; the rest of the time he ate and loafed.
About this time, a paleolithic family may have encamped on the side of the cliff near a little stream which can still be traced.The Romance of Plant Life|G. F. Scott Elliot
These things are mere remnants of the Paleolithic Age, and only justifiable as an extreme case when perhaps planning a surprise.Cavalry in Future Wars|Frederick von Bernhardi.
These closing essays have impressed on us clearly and distinctly the isolation of the Paleolithic Age.The Prehistoric World|E. A. Allen