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COIR (from Malay Kayar, cord, Kayaru,...

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Originally appearing in Volume V06, Page 654 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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COIR (from Malay Kayar, cord, Kayaru, to be twisted), a rough, strong, fibrous substance obtained from the outer husk of the coco-nut. (See COCO-NUT PALM.)
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COIRE (Ger. Chur or Cur, Ital. Coira, Lat. Curia Ra...

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