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Noun1.arere - large west African tree having large palmately lobed leaves and axillary cymose panicles of small white flowers and one-winged seeds; yields soft white to pale yellow wood
genus Triplochiton, Triplochiton - small genus of tropical African trees with maplelike leaves
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Worried by the notoriety of some parts of Ibadan South West local government area of Oyo State for gang violence and its habitation of hoodlums, the Oyo House of Assembly, on Tuesday, called on the state government and security agencies to see to the stationing of Armoured Personnel Carrier at Idi Arere area of the local government.
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In Melbourne, he featured in the 5,000 metres and finished an impressive seventh (13 minutes, 53.25 seconds) with Kanuti Sum finishing 31st in the marathon (2:58:42) while Joseph Leresae was 18th in the high jump.Maiyoro and Sum were joined at the 1960 Olympics in Rome by three other athletes Seraphine Antao (100 metres, 200 metres and 110 metres hurdles), Bartonjo Rotich (400m, 400m hurdles) and Arere Anentia (10,000m) before paving way for the "Class of 64" at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo where Wilson Kiprugut bagged Kenya's first ever Olympic medal, a bronze in the 800 metres.
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Nigerian forests contain a lot of softwood and hardwood timbers that are of great commercial importance (Gbile, 1984), some examples are Khaya senegalensis (Mahogany), Tectona grandis (Teak) [hardwoods] and Triplochiton scleroxylon (Arere), Albizia zygia (Ayunre) [softwoods].
Edmundo is told of the legend of the Fairy of Arere, a woman dressed in white, who sails the Jaguaribe River accompanied by a dog and an orangutan.
(66) Asi Arere testifies: '[m]any of the carriers got sick and died in the bush.
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