copal : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a brittle aromatic resin used in varnishes
- As she describes Mexico, her prose catches fire with the smoke of copal, the "shriveled scorpions and fried grasshoppers" the Zapotec women lay out on the sidewalks, the trucks .
- They moan and chant, burn incense of copal and rubber at the altars of jungle-grown Mayan cities 1,500 years old.
- The altar is lit by copal, the resin that is supposed to guide lost souls after dark.
- Stephen Green in Bloomberg
Copal does some of the things that we would do ourselves, but frankly we don't have all the time in the world,says Stephen Green, founder and chairman of NoonMark Advisors LLC, a privately owned New York investment bank that uses Copal's...