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wild cashew

a tall, tropical forest tree of Central and South America closely related to the domesticated cashew, A. occidentale. The wild cashew grows to a height of over 30 metres (100 feet), and its wood possesses many desirable properties that make it a valuable source of timber. Strong and easily worked, the wood is commonly used by locals in the construction of dugout canoes.

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Encyclopedia Britannica, 2008. Encyclopedia Britannica Online.
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