Chenille derived from the French word for "caterpillar." , chenille is described as a plush, fuzzy yarn used to create upholstery fabric, which is also known as chenille.

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"Chenille" is in the HS Code "5801"
  Woven Pile Fabrics And Chenille Fabrics, Other Than Fabrics Of Heading N? 5802 Or 5806

"Chenille" is in the UNSPSC Code "60123100"
  Chenille stem crafts
Ref: 122422/2006-09-23

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Lexicon from 'Chenille' until 'claim'
Lexicon from 'Chenille' until 'claim'
Upholstery (Upholstery pertains to a component of wheelchairs ...)

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