calamander wood

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calamander wood:

see ebonyebony,
common name for members of the Ebenaceae, a family of trees and shrubs widely distributed in warmer climates and in the tropics. The principal genus, Diospyros, includes both ebony and persimmon trees.
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Pat Flynn's Calamander has proven a good money-spinner for trainer Pat Flynn and owner Harry McCalmont in recent weeks.
Thomas showed a cool head and brought the five-year-old with a well-timed run to strike the front over two furlongs out, and kept him going in fine style to score by two lengths from Calamander.
Danny Grant recorded his 18th winner of the season when Calamander beat No Animosity in the Kilkenny Racing Festival Handicap.
Macassar ebony or Diospyros celebica is also known as Indian ebony, coromandel, calamander wood, tendu, temru, tunki and timbruni.