King wood

a wood from Brazil, called also violet wood, beautifully streaked in violet tints, used in turning and small cabinetwork. The tree is probably a species of Dalbergia. See Jacaranda.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Transaction documents provided by King Wood Mallesons, the issuer's counsel.
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Rhonda Hunter, vice president of Southern timberlands at Weyerhaeuser in De Queen, was elected secretary, and Pete Prutzman, president of King wood Forestry Services in Arkadelphia, was elected treasurer.
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Hobson began the verbal handbags when he offered to bet Warren pounds 100,000 that IBF cruiserweight king Woods would see off super-middle equivalent Calzaghe, only for the Londoner to respond with a suggestion that it should be pounds 500,000 - 'a man's bet', as he put it.