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dammar

[′dam·ər]
(materials)
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.

dammar, damar, dammer, gum dammar

A naturally occurring resin; useful in paints and varnishes because of its light color.
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The MIR total reflection mode spectra of mastic and dammar (Figure 7) exhibit four recognizable, strong bands each of which is characterized by very steep slope and sharp, well-resolved maximum.
Sal also produces the resin (or dammar) known as ral, and oil is pressed from the seeds.
"We are the nation's party and our mission is to protect the country's sovereignty and achieve security and stability," Mohammed Nasser Ahmed said in a speech he delivered during his visit to the 7th Military Command in Dammar governorate.
During his meeting with IDB's microfinance expert Hasan al-Saqqaf, Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Mohammed al-Sa'adi talked about the importance of the RDP, which covers five cities of Lahj, Dhali, Dammar, Taiz and Hodaida.
On the other hand, Yemen and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) approved the new program of the integral rural development worth of $90 million to cover governorates of Lahj, Dhale, Hodaida, Taiz and Dammar.
Most of the motorcycle-used crimes were committed in the capital Sana'a with 18 cases, followed by 15 in Lahj province, 10 cases in each of Hadramout and Taiz provinces and 6 in Dhale province the others were committed in provinces of Aden, Baidha, Abyan and Dammar.
The Programme focuses initially on seven governorates of Abyan, Baidha'a, Dammar, Hajjah, Hodaidah, Lahj and Taiz.