ebony tree

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tropical tree of southern Asia having hard dark-colored heartwood used in cabinetwork

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Antoine says that you were here for the ebony tree already," Joseph said.
In 1995 Thompson won two literary awards--the International Black Writers Association Award (IBWA) for "The Rainbow," and the PEN Award for another short story, "The Ebony Tree.
The Ebony Tree is about a mother/daughter relationship impacted by their family's slave history.
The camp was under beautiful shady African Ebony trees, right on the Zambezi river bank, with quiet, deep water right in front.
Shaded by resurgent ebony trees, once-threatened creatures, including the pink pigeon and Telfair's skink, are flourishing, and tourists can now go to the island to catch a glimpse of them.
The area was a successional stage of tropical deciduous forest where dominant species were ebony trees Pithecellobium ebano, cherimoya trees A.
Logged out elsewhere in Madagascar, rosewood and ebony trees could still be found in reserves such as Marojejy and Masoala national parks.
A decree issued by the Ravalomanana government in January permitted select companies to temporarily export stocks of rare rosewood and ebony trees that had been felled by a cyclone.
More than halfway to acquiring its congressionally mandated goal of 132,500 acres, the refuge is intended as the core of a wildlife corridor that will support some of the rarest species in the world, including the endangered ocelot and jaguarundi, red-crowned parrot and chachalaca, Texas ebony trees, and Indigo snakes.
There are approximately 300 species of ebony trees and shrubs around the world.