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- n. East Indian silk cotton tree yielding fibers inferior to kapok
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Yes, it wud normally be sumthin liek Nawt Sekund, or somethin sim- simal- somethin almost like that.
They were the great forest giants, enormous teak, _sal_ and _simal_ trees, towering up bare of branches for a good height above the ground, rising to the green canopy overhead and thrusting their leafy crowns through it, seeking their share of the sunlight.
The Bardia National Park is one of Nepal's finest tiger reserve an is best known as the home of Nepal tigers, but this beautiful park is also a black buck sanctuary as well as mixture of contrasting geographical zones comprising parts of Nepal's south western plains, churia hills and inner valleys with tropical dry an deciduous forests which are dominated by hardwood sal, grassland, and riverine forests featuring gigantic simal trees.
_simal_ or silk-cotton tree (Bombax Malabaricum, N.O. Malvaceae), the
Ramadhan itu masjid, "ujar Yusuf, 58, tokoh simal memperhatikan pekerja Acara buka puasa bersama itu juga dihadiri Bupati Aceh baik para pemuda dan tokoh adalah Amiruddin alias Efendi agama di sana.
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