korina


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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.
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Larry Frye, executive director of the Fine Hardwoods/american Walnut Assn., said it is most often known in the United States by its commercial name korina, (occasionally spelled corina).
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