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A type of hard resin obtained from evergreen trees of the genus Agathis.
A type of soft, clear to yellow East Indian resin derived from several trees of the family Dipterocarpaceae. Also known as gum dammar.
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dammar, damar, dammer, gum dammar
A naturally occurring resin; useful in paints and varnishes because of its light color.
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