kauri


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Synonyms for kauri

resin of the kauri trees of New Zealand

tall timber tree of New Zealand having white straight-grained wood

white close-grained wood of a tree of the genus Agathis especially Agathis australis

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The ink is made by boiling gum from the Kauri tree, and gets its distinctive green-black color from the soot of the fire.
Interior features, among others, include one of the world's rarest timbers - from toppled kauri trees that have been preserved in New Zealand swamps for millennia.
Waikato Hospital started as a small kauri farm cottage overlooking Lake Rotoroa in Hamilton.
50 and can see Derek Knight's Forest Rico reverse November form here with Kauri Blue.
98 to pounds 5 is the Kauri Tree 2010 from New Zealand's Marlborough district.
Trev and the Kauri Tree ISBN 9781869439224 SCIS 1435097
NORTH GRSVENORDALE, CT Kauri Laine Levesque became an angel on Thursday, July 2, 2009, in Day Kimball Hospital.
Then it was farewell to Kerikeri and we drove south in search of North Island's famous giant, 3,000-year-old Kauri Tree which is so awe-inspiring a sight that it can often move those who gaze upon it to tears.
On the spectacular Tangariro Crossing and, below, Nigel Heath and wife Jenny at the Kauri Tree
Golf lovers can test their handicap at the clifftop courses of Kauri Cliffs - if you can concentrate, that is: set before lush green mountains, this view would put a master off his game.
One of the most popular stories from November, the article "Rare Ancient Kauri Wood Table Comes with a $100,000 Price Tag" generated a number of "likes, " and comments.
3 million) five-year Kauri benchmark due 27 August 2019 through TD Securities.
htm) false report , the wrestler-turned-actor died while filming a movie in New Zealand after falling more than 60 feet on the Kauri Cliffs.
The decking was New Zealand kauri and Tasmanian celery top pine while her masts and spars were made from imported Oregon pine (Douglas hr).