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tanguile, tangile

A hardwood which resembles true mahogany, but shrinks and swells to a greater extent when exposed to moisture; the sapwood is light red, and the heartwood is brownish red.
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The others in the Avanza managed to intervene, but Villamil rushed to his house on Tanguile to get his gun.
[He used] tanguile wood (for the floor, door posts and trusses) while the walls were ipil wood.
Viray decided to use the family factory for production and substituted tanguile for the frame.
However, there is also much to see inside the hotel, including the cast iron pencil shavings near the Brasserie by Reggie Yuson, beguiling 3D art at the elevator bay by Mark Justiniani, and sculptures made of three types of wood (gemelina, mahogany and tanguile) by Stanley Ruiz that just beg to be touched.
There are many more native trees waiting for dormsmale, female, or coedto be named after them: tanguile, apitong, bagtikan, antipolo, talisay, and tindalo, to name a few.
Tanguile wood (vcut) will be used for exterior ceilings.