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  • The Tukar'ramin's view tilted, following a black fleck of impurity up the glowing pipeline, starward, into sucking void, high beyond air's clutching.

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  • She submerged in the flood of the Tukar'ramin's view.

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  • The words rang cold though they floated awash and welcoming in Tukar'ramin's warm sea.

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  • On the Tukar'ramin's great wrinkled hide flashed a hormonal code.

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  • Vibrant light played in the Tukar'ramin's body, which spanned the upper chasm.

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  • Abdul Rasyid, an Indonesian businessman, has denied illegal logging of hardwoods such as ramin and balau in the protected Tanjung Puting national park.

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  • Environmentalists winning fight against illegal ramin timber trade News

  • Species that form the basis of, and are threatened by, significant commercial activity and inadequately regulated or unsustainable global trade such as: tuna, salmon, and sturgeon; threatened hardwood timber species like bigleaf mahogany and ramin.

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  • (07 / 08 / 2007) A global crackdown on the illegal ramin timber trade appears to be working, reports a Japanese environmental group. News

  • "zone_info": "huffpost. world/blog; world = 1; nickname = amnesty-international; entry_id = 374262; dr-ramin-pourandarjani = 1; iran = 1; june-12-elections = 1",

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  • Also a genus of about 30 species of hardwood trees native to southeast Asia. All the species are now listed as endangered.

    January 16, 2008

  • Actually a common name in some parts of the world. Just try not to think about noodles.

    February 11, 2007