Entandrophragma cylindricum

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Entandrophragma cylindricum

African tree in the family Meliaceae whose wood shavings, when used as bedding, have caused balanoposthitis in rams. Sawdust from this tree, used as litter for chickens, has caused hyperkeratosis, weight loss, nervous signs and collapse. Called also redwood.
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In the hotel's cafe, one of the more interesting features is the butcher-block sapele counter, which has 8-staves, randomly arranged and a 3-inch flushed handrail.
All rooms are furnished to superlative standards in an uncluttered and elegant style which uses pale cream fabrics and warm Pomel Sapele veneers.
It makes the CTS ultracompetitive and the only options are a choice of paint finish, a sunroof and Sapele wood inserts to the interior trim.
Comforts include automatic climate controls with air filtration, leather seats, one-touch moonroof, bronze Sapele wood trim, and much more.
You also get the typical Jaguar "gentleman's club" style interior with full leather upholstery and bronze sapele veneer on the dashboard and doors.
Schleech Design's vases are made from such woods as zebrano, sycamore, cherry, Spanish cedar, birch, ebony, maple, mahogany, walnut and sapele pomele.
Phillips may have been informed by some other means of the prevailing attitude in Whitehall, because prior to his departure, he did reduce the number of troops in his party and sent the NCPF band back to Sapele, in case their uniforms and swords should alarm the King.
The evocation of the poet's childhood by the Ethiope River in Sapele is compelling.
Among these is the Sapele prospect, which is currently drilling on the Deepwater Tano Block offshore Ghana, with results expected by the end of February 2013.
Upon entering BreakRoom, you can take in the 40 foot bar made of ribbon stripe sapele wood and a piece of 300 million year old petrified wood inlaid upon the bar for all to see, touch and enjoy.
It also is referred to as white sapele or white mahogany because it has a nice ribbony-grain pattern similar to the ribbon stripe in sapele.