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kaki

[′kä·kē]
(botany)
Diospyros kaki. The Japanese persimmon; it provides a type of ebony wood that is black with gray, yellow, and brown streaks, has a close, even grain, and is very hard.
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Le major-general Kaki a souligne que cet atelier vise a donner un eclaircissement aux citoyens sur les lois qui renforcent la protection des droits de l'homme et la sensibilisation de la communaute en ce qui concerne les lois sur les droits de l'homme.
We are pleased to join forces with our partner Ahmed Saleh Kaki Sons Company in this new business venture.
Militants attacked Kaki police station, 15 kilometres south of Bannu, injuring two policemen including the Station House Officer (SHO) in an exchange of fire during the early hours of Monday.
In the case of the Kuh-e Mond, Bushgan and Kuh-e Kaki fields, sources says that the official description of the agreement as a contract is not accurate.
There are only two runners who will participate in the 800m event; Ismail Ahmed Ismail and Abubaker Kaki.
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Senior officials in the Sudanese Athletics Federation said that Kaki will not be available for the games because he was asked by the IAAF (International Amateur Athletics Federation) to undergo anti-doping tests in Japan tomorrow, the scheduled start of athletics competition in the Arab Games.
It is uncommon to find a studio potter in Japan who works predominantly in the reddish-iron kaki (persimmon) and black iron glazes.
This now operates in the Kaki field in Anzoategui state.
91 seconds, half a second quicker than Sudan's Abubaker Kaki (1:44.