okoume


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Related to okoume: Sapele, Marine plywood

gaboon, okoume

A wood resembling African mahogany but softer and lighter in weight.
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neo-colonialisme et transition au capitalisme: exemple de la Comilog au Congo-Brazzaville (Paris, 1971); Annie Merlet, Les pays des trois estuaries (Libreville, 1991); Anges Francois Ratanga-Atoz, Les peuples du Gabon occidental 1839-1914 (Libreville, 1999); Christopher Gray and Francois Ngolet, "Lambarene, Okoume, and the Transformation of Labour along the Middle Ogooue (Gabon), 1870-1945," Journal of African History, 40 (1999), pp.
The control panel was seven-ply plywood made of okoume (Aucoumea klaineana) with a symmetrical structure.
Ovals of okoume crotch veneer subtly enhance each piece, even the TV-centered entertainment unit that would have been unheard of 100 years ago.
Gucci Rush for men, pounds 29, has "rich raw materials" like incense, fresh wood, okoume and musk.
Immense Sapelli and Okoume trees tower over the forest floor, and small antelopes called duikers plunge through the undergrowth while the calls of bonobos and sooty mangabeys sound from the leafy canopy.
Tea and coffee marketers generally use either okoume or mahogany.
Behind the immaculate glazed skin is a shifting mosaic of okoume veneered panels.
Oriented strandboard (OSB), okoume (Aucoumea klaineana) plywood (PLY) and medium density fiberboard (MDF) were used as wood composites.
has launched Black Radiance Perfect 10 Nail Colors with nylon and okoume for protection.
The EU decided to impose definitive anti-dumping duties on imports of okoume plywood from China.
Another name reported to be often used for Aucoumea klaineana is Okoume.
1997) determined that for 12-mm-thick plywood made from okoume manufactured in Turkey, surface roughness values [R.