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greenheart

[′grēn‚härt]
(materials)
Wood from Octolea rodioei; resistant to fungi and termites and used for shipbuilding, docks, and marine planking.

greenheart

A British Guiana hardwood having high density and strength; difficult to machine; used for piles, planks, etc., where strength is important.
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In 1985, Greenheart (formerly known as Center for Cultural Interchange) began sending high school students to the United States from Spain.
My other sources for local veg are The Farmhouse at The Change Initiative and Greenheart. Also, a quick mention to locally smoked salmon from Salmontini for utmost quality.
The area has large areas of swamp, and hosts extensive forests of commercially valuable greenheart, mora, crabwood, wallaba and bulletwood.
She works with educators around the world through GreenHeart Education.
We said wouldn't it be crazy if we were a fast food company using organic vegetables grown in Dubai, so we helped develop Greenheart Organic Farms.
Rossana Chu, a partner with Troutman Sanders, advised Greenheart Group Ltd.
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Greenheart, the supplier of organic produce to some of Dubai's top restaurants, sells to the public at the weekly pop-up market at Comptoir 102, on Jumeirah Beach Road, 11am-1pm.
Greenheart Project, (17) a Japanese NGO, joined our network bringing potential for sustainable 250-tonne freighters, capable of inter-island/inter-country trade.
Equipped with more skills and experience we started out again and soon set up Greenheart Organic Farms.
When a collection of Hardy fishing rods came in for sale it reminded me of when I first stared fishing with an old Greenheart Hardy fishing rod, then with a lovely Hardy split cane rod, a present from my father.