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khaya

Closely resembles but is not a true mahogany; lighter, usually softer, and more strongly figured than mahogany; esp. used for paneling and veneer.
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Simon Khaya Moyo, Zimbabwe's information minister, announced Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa had been fired for having "consistently and persistently exhibited traits of disloyalty, disrespect, deceitfulness and unreliability.
Mnangagwa's top aide Christopher Gwatidzo said he had not seen the statement by Khaya Moyo and declined to say whether the vice president had been at his office on Monday.
Impacts of bark and foliage Harvest on Khaya senegalensis (Meliaceae) reproductive performance in Benin.
Other studies, also with Khaya ivorensis, detected higher growth of plant height (23%), stem height (28%) and stem diameter (21%) in drip irrigated plants compared to non irrigated plants, also in the 'Cerrado' biome of the Goias State (Barbosa, 2014).
We are very excited about the future of Khaya and our new name feels like a part of this development.
Voir en figure 1 des exemples de Khaya senegalensis, Saba senegalensis, Cola cordifolia, Parkia biglobosa, Elaeis guineensis (Soma 2012).
Hence, this study was conducted to determine the growth response of Khaya senegalensis, nutrients uptake and soil status following land application of raw and Recycled Paper Mill Sludge (RPMS) compost under glasshouse conditions.
According to police source, following the directions of the District Police Officer (DPO) Charsadda Shafi Ullah Khan during in a search operation in different areas of Charsadda arrested proclaimed offenders including, alleged Ikram, Sajid, Khaya, Abid, Zafar, Muhammad Ilyas, Ishfaq and others while police also recovered 2 Kalashnikovs 2 rifle, and 303 bore rifles from their possession.
Sultana Khaya, une militante sahraouie des droits humains, a presente un temoignage accablant sur les violations, la repression et les abus subis par les Sahraouis dans les territoires occupes.
Boyd Rankin eventually ended Cloete's stay on 123, the opener cutting to Sam Robson in the gully, while Adam Lyth added the wicket of Khaya Zondo for 21.
Warwickshire's Boyd Rankin eventually ended Cloete's stay on 123, the opener cutting to Sam Robson in the gully, while Adam Lyth added the wicket of Khaya Zondo for 21 before the close.
Other bioactive compounds are available on genera Cedrela, Khaya, Trichilia, Chisocheton, Toona and Turaeu (Isman 1995; Abdelgaleil et al.