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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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Both kaki and American persimmons grow slowly, reaching their full size of 60 to 100 feet after a century of growth.
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