Then again we were in the argan forest—the last of it, and the best: beautiful trees, with their knarled, twisted branches.
Do not speak so loud, for fear of splitting open the head of Mr. argan.
After a brief mid-day rest we reached the outskirts of the argan Forest.
But it must not be thought that the argan Forest is composed entirely of these trees.
(To argan) Sir, allow me to undeceive him, and to show him his mistake.
It remains with me always, and the mere mention of the argan Forest brings it back.
Now and then a train of camels swung along, carrying gum or wax or argan oil or almonds.
Absalaam, meanwhile, was deftly setting out the meal in the shadow of the argan branches.
Item, on the 27th, a good mixture composed for the purpose of driving out the bad humours of Mr. argan, three francs.
argan wood is exceedingly hard and slow growing, thus differing materially from the olive, to which it seems so nearly related.