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  • I got four pieces, a picture frame in bocote, a cheese board in diagonal stripes of different woods, a large serving tray in mahogany and maple, and a kleenex-box in bocote, for a total of 840 pesos.

    Trip report: Morelia, Michoacan

  • The foothills were covered with white-flowering bocote trees, and rioting bougainvillea edged the dooryards of the sparse villages.

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  • It bent out of the mangroves, the palm groves, the tall bocote trees flecked with white egrets.

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  • I remembered the tall cacti coming down to the beaches, the blue-water coves, the bocote trees flowering white, and the tiny hamlets.

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  • A large and heavy blanket chest in solid bocote was a reasonable 7000 pesos.

    Trip report: Morelia, Michoacan

  • They're paying for exotic woods - ebony, cocobolo, bocote - and intricate inlays of turquoise, ivory and still more costly materials.

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  • A stack of lumber is made up of woods like bocote and lacewood.

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  • Why's peoples not bocote holly wood star far backn Oboma, him thank had edation specail him talked big words? what is the name of the imaginary line 180 digrees east and west of the prime meridian and ......?

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