One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of a coin or medallion) having one side blank or unfinished.
- ‘All the formal uniface blades functioned as knives and were used to cut both meat and bone.’
- ‘In the Hong Kong sale there was another interesting banknote from King Rama VII, a black and white uniface proof hundred baht from 1934.’
- ‘The first three banknotes were all 5 - Ticals uniface banknotes issued in 1903, 1913 and 1915.’
- ‘Large uniface British Indian notes are among the paper currency on show.’
- ‘The stone tools included 16 bifaces, one uniface side scraper, 16 modified flakes, and six cores.’
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