bubinga


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bubinga

(ˈbuːbɪŋə)
n
1. the tree Guibourtia demeusui, native to tropical African regions
2. the timber of this tree, often used in furniture or musical instruments
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The scope uses an eclectic mix of spalted curly maple, walnut, western pine, beefwood, curly Australian eucalyptus, African bubinga, bloodwood, and various exotic burlwoods.
Effect of enthalpyentropy compensation during sorption of water vapour in tropical woods: The case of Bubinga (Guibourtia Tessmanii J.
The newest line features topsheets of exotic woods such as bubinga, marbled chenchen (pictured), and African mahogany in limited editions--about 25 pairs per variety.
The average marimba ranges from 4 to 5-1/2 octaves, meaning it has 49 to 61 keys, with bars made out of woods such as rosewood, paduak, bubinga and mahogany.
The liner boasted three acres of deck space including a 724ft promenade deck, 35 public rooms, Turkish baths and 30,000 electric lights, while more than 50 rare and unusual woods were used in her construction including tiger oak, bubinga and zebrano.
won four different categories for its “Best of Dining & Nightlife” awards: Roxy restaurant won in the “Best Desserts” category; Millies24 restaurant won in the “Best Late Night Dining” category; the Eldorado's former BuBinga nightclub (now NoVi) won for “Best Lounge”; and Roxy's Bar and Lounge won the “Best Place for Cocktails” award.
Mine is the newest Takedown incarnation, carved of beautiful black Diamond Wood (in 2012 an African Bubinga model was added).
It is typically used in the center as an accent with other woods, like bubinga," Wheeler said.
For instance, the Kodiak Magnum ($499), a quick-handling 52-inch dynamo, represents a 50th Anniversary model (1961-2011), including a one-piece exotic African bubinga handle and "Grayling Green" glass limbs formulated using an original Kodiak Magnum as a color plate.
I get mahogany, bubinga, wenge, some of the most beautiful woods that I would never afford but there it is, free.
The company, which is known for its specialization in international wood and wood product trading with West Africa, is currently showcasing its 30 years of experienced trading with a wide product display of exotic timber including iroko, sapelli, ayous, samba, tali, okan, ako, amazokoue, badi, mansonia, embero, boda, bosse, bubinga, dabema, emien, etimoe, eyong, frake, okoume, limbali, agba, izombe and azobe.