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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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Thus, stress will build new facilities, and the ultimate goal is that more new jobs.The owner of "Globex" Snow White Kokra announced that they plan to early next year to close the space that is being built.- There will be accommodated logistics center and firm - daughter of Globex - Global Logistics, which will have about 350 employees.
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.