Definition of Coprah
1. copra [n -S] - See also: copra
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coprah
Literary usage of Coprah
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Vegetable Fats and Oils: Their Practical Preparation, Purification by Louis Edgar Andés, Charles Salter (1902)
"HYDRAULIC PRESSES FOR coprah AND PALM KERNELS. The press shown in Fig. 36 has a working pressure of about 2^ tons to the square inch. ..."
2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1892)
"AT from 30° to 31° the oil of coprah, if pure, is soluble in twice its ... In a test-tube graduated in cc we treat 5 cc of the oil of coprah-(previously ..."
3. The Land of the Permauls, Or, Cochin, Its Past and Its Present by Francis Day (1863)
"... oil—Fish oil —coprah —Coir—Coffee—Settlers in land—Pepper—Timber—Native produce—Agri- mtt ... coprah ..."
4. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour ReviewChemical engineering (1894)
"(Bur coprah oil mixed with insoluble oils (the commonest sophistication), ... Oil of coprah containing palm oil is precipitated when th; proportion of the ..."
5. Netherlands Consular Service: Rules and Regulations, 1908 by Netherlands (1908)
"... rice, pepper, gum damar, tea, skins, tapioca, manioc, groundnuts, coprah, tin, ... tapioca, rice. groundnuts, shelled and in the shell. cocoa, coprah, ..."