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iroko

(ɪˈrəʊkəʊ)
n, pl -kos
1. (Plants) a tropical African hardwood tree of the genus Chlorophora. Also called: mvule
2. the hard reddish-brown wood of this tree
[C19: from Yoruba]
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M2 EQUITYBITES-November 2, 2018-Egalet to Acquire 4 Non-Narcotic Pain Products from Iroko Pharmaceuticals
Egalet entered into an asset purchase agreement to acquire four marketed products from Iroko Pharmaceuticals.
I treated my five bar Iroko hard wood gate with yacht varnish four years ago.
The author, Mimiko's brother, recounts the election and legal battle between Rahman Olusegun Mimiko, known as Iroko, who submitted his petition to the Election Petition Tribunal at Akure in 2007 to reclaim the mandate given to him to become the next governor in the election in Ondo State of Nigeria, as the election results were challenged by incumbent Governor Olusegun Agagu in an attempt to rig the election, including the unrest that occurred, the trial, and Mimiko's win.
The accommodation comprises access from the rear elevation of the property via steps leading to the large Iroko hardwood timber deck with clear glass safety balustrade.
IROKO NIPPER can make the most of a drop in class to end a losing run of six in an A2 over 450m at 8.02.
"We believe that iRoko will concentrate mostly on West Africa.
Palm tree shaded 'seating nooks' with Iroko clad built-in seats, were also provided as rest areas on the bridge.
Palm tree shaded "seating nooks"with Iroko clad built-in seats, were also provided as rest areas on the bridge.
The bespoke time-capsule, which is made of Iroko wood and glass, is the result of more than 40 hours of highlyskilled labour from MPE Interiors' Alan Davidson and was designed by expert draftsman, Tom Whetnall.
Over 70 speakers will join the event, including companies such as: MTN, Econet Wireless, Vodacom, Millicom, BCX, MainOne, Convergence Partners, SEACOM, Intelsat, Liquid Telecom, Teraco, Uber, Safaricom, Letshego, Wananchi Telecom, Rand Merchant Bank, Michael Jordaan, iROKO, Citi, MallforAfrica, Ethos Private Equity, Investec Asset Management, Primedia, Econet Media, Ringier Africa, Nedbank Capital, Credit Suisse, WIOCC, WorldRemit, Kwese Sports, Kana TV, IFC World Bank and Absa Capital.
Designed by Herbert Hendrie in 1927, they were renovated by Rainbow Glass in Prestwick while Nooks-n- Crannies from Dunfermline created the bespoke frames which are made from iroko, an African hardwood, which reflect the time that Rev Miller spent in missionary work.