makore, African cherry, cherry mahogany

A moderately hard, heavy wood of West Africa, pinkish to red-brown in color; resembles mahogany and American cherry; used for cabinets, flooring, and plywood.
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When a number of employees retire from their temporary or permanent work (either for maternity / childcare or parental leave, or other reasons such as retirement, unemployment, etc.), or even work in a part-time arrangement, this situation can generate a loss for the company (corporate memory loss) appreciate Makore and Eresia-Eke (2014).
Notably, however, there is no legal or policy impediment to disclosure of petroleum agreements mdash even in the absence of enabling petroleum legislation.Mr Makore is the extractives adviser for Oxfam in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.
For his part, Mr George Makore from the Southern African Trade Hub said they offered support to exporters to the US markets.
"What you saw yesterday, it shows that the people have spoken," Mordecai Makore, 71, a retired teacher told AFP about Saturday's marches.
Hoko dzinoda kuiswa itsva kusati kwapera makore gumi kuti varoyi vasapinde.
If we follow this line of thought expressed in the notion of "how time passes" embodied in the title that is narrativised when the author says "hakungari kuchingova makore chete, uyewo hakungorambi richingovawo zuva bedzi" (p.100) (Time changes since we do not always have the sun.
The aircraft was distinctively designed and outfitted in an array of leathers and fabrics complimented by a dark mahogany stained Makore veneer.
Many patterns such as Cayman, Cork, Glimmer, Hombre, Laredo, Makore, and Melody a re free from phthalates, heavy metals, and formaldehyde while exceeding 1,000,000 double rubs.
To complete the Shangri-La experience, the guest rooms, suites, and apartments blend luxurious textures of natural stone, reflective metals, figured makore and wenge, along with a selection of sumptuous fabrics.
"The so-called African redwoods like Khaya, sapele and makore are just full of figures," said Jim Carroll of Certainty Wood, East Aurora, NY.