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a·gar·wood

 (ā′gär-wo͝od′, ä′-)
n.

[Hindi agar, from Prakrit agaru, from Sanskrit agaruḥ, agaru; akin to Tamil and Malayalam akil.]
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On this occasion, KLHK provided assistance in the form of production equipment including palm sugar processing equipment, nutmeg cultivation, nursery equipment, processing of agarwood, coffee and candlenut to a number of Forest Farmer Groups in South Sulawesi Province.
Top agarwood Oud, like Sioufi, Kalamantan, and Mrouki is also applied on the Grand Holy Mosque's yard to bring pleasant aroma.
Five Vietnamese nationals were arrested in separate operations here after they were caught transporting several kilos of Agarwood, an endangered and highly coveted tree species.
RODRIGUEZ, Butuan City - Five Vietnamese nationals were nabbed by authorities for possessing "Agarwood" wedges, locally known as "Lapnisan", in operations on Thursday and Friday in Butuan City.
Summary: This global Agarwood Essential Oil Market report provides data for the estimated year (2018) and forecast year (2026) in terms of both, volume (MT) and value (US$ Mn).
[USPRwire, Tue Jul 09 2019] This global Agarwood Essential Oil Marke t report provides data for the estimated year (2018) and forecast year (2026) in terms of both, volume (MT) and value (US$ Mn).
For instance, a 'tolah' of oud oil, the size of a traditional oud bottle (11.67 ml), requires a total of 11.6 kg of agarwood.
The research study is titled " Agarwood Essential Oil Market key Insights Based On Product Type, End-use and Regional Demand Till 2026" which encloses important data about the production, consumption, revenue and market share, merged with information related to the market scope and product overview.
They are the sort of people who claim to know instinctively an oud (the rich, nutty scent of agarwood) from a vetiver (the green, woodsy note of marsh grass).
In terms of materials, Verdier said they only use the best grade of Amber, woods accords, Rose of May or Agarwood.
Agarwood As we approach the Holy Month of Ramadan, Rasasi Perfumes is curating an exotic and rich range of concentrated perfume oils and finest agarwood at its stores located across the region, to cater to customers looking for alcohol-free, natural essences.
The Islamic Botanical Garden also offers visitors a chance to see the rare agarwood tree from which the finest aromatic ingredients are extracted and the eucalyptus tree.