teakwood


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teakwood

[′tēk‚wu̇d]
(materials)
The strong, durable, yellowish-brown wood that is obtained from the teak tree, Tectona grandis.
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Dallas, Texas-based Teakwood provides management teams with comprehensive equity financing to acquire and grow businesses.
The British-era house is prominent in its brick texture; the Persian house has intricate brackets; the Mughal house has a beautifully carved teakwood facade; and the Maratha house is identifiable by a carving of a face over the main door.
Teakwood is considered the most stable wood for extended use outdoors, as evident by its long use in the marine industry.
Teakwood, which is grown in plantations on the island of Java, is sturdy and will last upward of 100 years.
Outgoing sailors pile their teakwood dhows with Marlboros, Levis, and Panasonic boom boxes for the 12-hour return to Iran.
com)-- World Class Capital Group, LLC has purchased Teakwood Plaza, a 48,440 square-foot shopping center located at the intersection of Burnet Road and Steck Avenue in North Central Austin, Texas for an undisclosed price.
In your own lanna-style pavilion, furnished with teakwood and Siamese art, settle on the veranda with a delicious mangosteen fruit and admire the Himalayan foothills in the distance.
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