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kokra

(ˈkɒkrə)
n
(Botany) a type of hard even-grained wood obtained from an Indian tree of the genus Aporosa, used to make decorative objects, furniture, and instruments such as flutes
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Tenders are invited for Const and Laying of IPB 80 mm tiles From H/o Kokra to Sumiti, Ram Nagar W.
Telefono de la casa Kokra blit-a-ra gwi bejuco- pl hablar-DES-FIN en casa 27.
Las frases nominales formadas a partir de una oracion con el verbo sustantivado (o nominalizado) por -ga corresponden a ka tikega notra biti (9) 'corta cespedes electrico', tara uai diaranga (11) 'escaner', kokra gwanga 'telefono celular' (27), tara diayanga (15) 'impresora', notra ototega (16) 'interruptor', dan batetega notra biti (17) 'lavadora' y ja uai dianga (29) 'camara de fotos'.
The owner of "Globex" Snow White Kokra announced that they plan to early next year to close the space that is being built.
It was proved wrong during that period by the demand of the Equatorians in 1982 for the expulsion from Equatoria of non-Equatorian Southerners, a process known as Kokra in the Bari language.
Tenders are invited for Const and Laying of IPB 80 mm tiles From H/o Laxmi Narain Kokra to Pawan Jain, Anand Basiya ki gali, Bari Mohalla, W.
Dalla C, Antoniou K, Drossopoulou G, Xagoraris M, Kokras N, Sfikakis A, Daifoti Z.