greenheart


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greenheart

[′grēn‚härt]
(materials)
Wood from Octolea rodioei; resistant to fungi and termites and used for shipbuilding, docks, and marine planking.

greenheart

A British Guiana hardwood having high density and strength; difficult to machine; used for piles, planks, etc., where strength is important.
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Greenheart owns, grows and exports forestry assets, including timber and lumber products from forests in Suriname and New Zealand, for the growing wood deficit in China.
Center for Cultural Interchange, a US-based non-profit organisation offering international student exchange programmes, has introduced the Global Greenheart Initiative from its subsidiary, Greenheart Travel.
CTS also had to use timber to match the existing structure - mainly a mix of oak and greenheart with iroko and spruce for the parapet.
Jonathan Cunningham, aged 27, of Greenheart, Amington, Tamworth, and a 16-year-old youth, who is also from Tamworth but cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared at Tamworth Magistrates' Court yesterday.
Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson announced today a new business mobile phone called the Sony Ericsson Aspen, the latest addition to its GreenHeart range.
Meanwhile, the Japanese- Swedish combine Sony Ericsson began its GreenHeart programme in which it promised to manufacture environment friendly phones.
2] footprint of the GreenHeart pioneer phones is reduced by 15%.
Yet again, I ask, why not remove this fencing and redeck the greenheart wood jetties as viewing platforms?
Having seen the greenheart of the island it was only right that our next destination was the ocean.
The stenomatine moth, Stenoma catenifer Walsingham: a pre-dispersal seed predator of Greenheart (Chlorocardium rodiei [Schomb.
Sucupira's across-the-board strength properties puts it near the top in ratings, almost as strong as greenheart.