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Limba

1. A straight-grained, fine textured wood used for paneling.
2. A straight-grained, fine-textured wood used for interior paneling. See also: Douglas fir

korina, limba

A hardwood of central and west Africa, light to moderately heavy, having a straight grain and fine texture; one variety is light cream to pale yellow in color, while the other is light brown; used for paneling.

limba

A straight-grained, fine-textured wood of the limba tree; esp. used for paneling.
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Versiune consolidata a Tratatului privind Uniunea Europeana si a Tratatului privind functionarea Uniunii Europene (2010), Jurnalul Oficial al Uniunii Europene--Editie in limba romana, year 53, March 30, C 83, 56-58.
1990--,,Marcile stilistice (diastratice) ale lexicului specializat in DEX 2", in Limba Romana, XLVIII, nr.
Notiunea isi are originile in limba greaca, orthos insemnand "corect", "drept", iar orexis, "foame", "apetit".
He bought cocaine for Rs 1,500 to Rs 3,000 per gram depending on the needs of the customers in Hyderabad," Additional DCP of Task Force, Limba Reddy was quoted as saying by (http://www.
2010), "Relamia hiponimica dintre termeni si traducerea," Analele Universitatii Spiru Haret, Seria Filologie, Limba si literatura romana, 11: 115-122.
The choices were made by a selection committee headed by three-time billiards world champion Michael Ferreira along with noted sportspersons Limba Ram, V Devarajan, Zafar Iqbal, Vandana Rao, Anjali Bhagwat, Indu Puri, Shakti Singh, Ravi Shastri, Kripa Shankar Patel and Surinder Khanna, besides a few other bureaucrats.
Nisbet the eland was born at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling to parents Limba and Bud on Tuesday, August 6.
In the North, the Temne ethnic group is the largest one with smaller numbers of Limba, Korankoh, Madinka, Loko and Fulas (24).
But what had been transformed, in fact, seemed to be the instruments themselves, realized by the artist in collaboration with specialized craftspeople, and characterized by bizarre textures created by digging into the various layers of differently colored wood, including, to name a few, Japanese ash, black limba, and spruce.
Limba romana are toate premisele valorice pentru a deveni o limba universala, dar nu stiu daca e posibil acest mars istoric.
Desde su experiencia de campo con grupos limba de Sierra Leona (Africa occidental), en Suva, (capital de las islas Fidji) y en la ciudad de Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire, Inglaterra), Finnegan demuestra que el estudio de la musica y del arte son centrales en la disciplina antropologica y no un ambito especial o, a lo peor, marginal, de la misma.

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