Definition of Piasava
1. piassava [n -S] - See also: piassava
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Literary usage of Piasava
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1905)
"Another important article of export in the future will timber. piasava, which is a fibre derived from the rind of the fr» of a ..."
2. Missionary Story Sketches: Folk-lore from Africa by Alexander Priestley Camphor (1909)
"... FOLK-LORE FROM AFRICA fruit, and lands capable of yielding all the great tropical articles of commerce: rubber, piasava, gum copal, palm ofl, and kola. ..."
3. Through Five Republics (of South America): A Critical Description of by Percy Falcke Martin (1905)
"The trade of Bahia consists of coffee, cocoa, tobacco, skins, piasava, and wood, a large portion of which finds its way to the United Kingdom. ..."
4. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1878)
"... piasava splints. This brush is set in motion by a wheel, to which it is connected by a gearing, which the driver can connect or disconnect at will from ..."
5. Peat and Its Products: An Illustrated Treatise on Peat and Its Products Ans by William Alexander Kerr (1905)
"... It may be remarked that in Austria, besides the product of the osier plantations, Esparto, piasava, rush, reed-grass, ..."
6. North American Free Trade Agreement: Mexico Schedule of Tariff Rate Reductionsby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"MATERIAS VEGETALES DE LAS ESPECIES UTILIZADAS PRINCIPALMENTE EN LA FABRICACIÓN DE ESCOBAS, CEPILLOS O BROCHAS (POR EJEMPLO: SORGO, piasava, GRAMA, ..."
7. Commercial Relations of the United States with Foreign Countries by United States Dept. of State, Dept. of State, United States Bureau of Manufactures, United States, Bureau of Foreign Commerce (1900)
"... and piasava. BANKING. The banks this year have done much less real business than heretofore, though through them there has been a great deal of ..."