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chi·cle

(chik'el),
1. The partially evaporated viscous, milky juice from Manilkara zapotilla (sapotaceae), which is native to the West Indies, Mexico, and Central America.
2. A mixture of gutta with triterpene alcohols. Used in the manufacture of chewing gum.
[Sp., from Nahuatl chictli]

chi·cle

(chikĕl)
1. The partially evaporated viscous, milky juice from Manilkara zapotilla (family Sapotaceae), which is native to the West Indies, Mexico, and Central America.
2. A mixture of gutta with triterpene alcohols. Used in the manufacture of chewing gum.
[Sp., from Nahuatl chictli]

chi·cle

(chikĕl)
Mixture of gutta with triterpene alcohols; used in manufacture of chewing gum.
[Sp., from Nahuatl chictli]
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Other common trees include caoba (Swietenia macrophylla; we know it as mahogany); the yellow-flowered poro poro (Cochlospermun vitifolium), with a spare, branching structure and smooth, mouse-gray bark; the guanacaste (Enterolobium cyclocarpum), the province's namesake, a magnificent, broad-spreading, deciduous tree with a pod shaped like a monkey's ear; nispero (Manilkara chicle), the original source of chicle for chewing gum; and the evergreen guapinol (Hymeneaea courbaril), the source of fossil amber in the novel and movie Jurassic Park), with a brown-and-white bark and a pouch-shaped fruit.
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