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agilawood:

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, drug obtained from the aloe; also a biblical name for an aromatic substance of various uses, mentioned in connection with myrrh and spices and thought to be the fragrant wood of the modern aloeswood (also called eaglewood, agalloch, or agilawood), an Aquilaria
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Known as the 'Wood of the Gods', agarwood is derived from the highly endangered Aquilaria tree, which produces a dense, rich and dark resinous heartwood in a natural response to infection.
Millennium & Copthorne MEA entered into an agreement with Al Madina Hotels & Resorts, the hospitality arm of Al Madina Real Estate Company, to develop the Group's Agarwood brand as well as a new addition to the development pipeline for its innovative budget brand, Studio M.
Agarwood is an eco-friendly concept with bespoke design for the region in which it's based.
Millennium & Copthorne MEA entered into an agreement with Al Madina Hotels & Resorts, the hospitality arm of Al Madina Real Estate Company, to develop the group's Agarwood brand, as well as a new addition to the development pipeline for its innovative budget brand, Studio M.
Asia Plantation Capital, a Singapore-headquartered group that operates agarwood plantations in Southeast Asia that deliver the precious raw material for expensive Oud perfumes highly valued in the Middle East, has said that it plans to open factories in the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries to be closer to one to its most important markets.
The structure of O, a high yield Shari'ah-compliant Impact Savings Plan as well as the FPA is that clients are invited to purchase parcels of feedstock which will deliver portfolio construction of Agarwood oil distillation in a scheme that offers high return on investment.
The men were looking for precious agarwood, a resinous heartwood used for perfume and incense, when they encountered the tigers, Sondani was quoted as saying by DPA.
Officers also discovered Agarwood, orchids, cycads - tropical seed plants and other unlicensed herbal medicines containing cow's urine and prohibited poisonous plants.
A material as ancient as the art of perfumery itself, Oud, or agarwood, is one of the most welcoming scents to be found around Bahraini homes during Ramadan.
Burning oud, or agarwood, is an old tradition practiced at almost every home in Saudi Arabia all year long; it is also used as a gift in social occasions like weddings and engagements, where it is a common custom to include elegant-shaped, medium-sized pieces of oud in the traditional gift boxes presented to the parents and close relatives of the bride.
in South Asia was not quite as stable as one might think if one looked at literary texts alone, where sandalwood, agarwood, musk, camphor, and saffron continue to dominate throughout this period.
The people of the Arabian Peninsula have used oud, a perfume resin from the agarwood tree, as well as sandalwood, amber, musk and roses for over two thousand years; they are still the dominant ingredients in local perfumes.