Detergent refers to a cleansing agent for removing dirt, grease, etc.

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"Detergent" is in the NAICS Code "325611"
  (Soap and Other Detergent ManufacturingWaterless hand soaps manufacturing)


"Detergent" is in the UNSPSC Code "12161902"
  Detergent surfactants
Ref: 123387/2006-10-14

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Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products

Developer is identified as a chemical that causes a reaction in an exposed emulsion to reveal an image in that emulsion.

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"Developer" is in the UNSPSC Code "44103108"
  Developer for printers or photocopiers
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Diskussionsforum (forum)
Emulsion (Emulsion is defined as a photosensitive coating ...)

Device file is in reference to a file that represents a device. This term is also called a special file
Ref: 123272/2006-09-24

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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): devices, Files
Development means the carrying out of building, engineering, mining or other operations in, on, and over or under land or the making of a material change in the use of any buildings or other land.

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"Development" is in the NACE Code "70.11"
  Development and selling of real estate

"Development" is in the NAICS Code "54171"
  Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences

"Development" is in the HS Code "3821"
  Prepared Culture Media For Development Of Microorganisms.

"Development" is in the UNSPSC Code "43232402"
  Development environment software
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Stage Theory (Stage Theory refers to a developmental theory ...)
Adolescence (Adolescence refers to the development stage ...)

Device interface is described as the interface between the Orocos framework and all the hardware devices that are specific to a particular system. Orocos wants to make the interface to as many devices as possible, completely portable and standardized, such that a minimum of code will have to be adapted in order to port the framework to other platforms.
Ref: 123273/2006-09-24

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Device (Device may refer to: machine , a tool , ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): devices, Interfaces
Device can be taken to mean:

1. An electrical device designed to carry power;
2. A small appliance such as a TV set or mini oven;
3. A machine or functional part of a machine;
4. A component of a computer such as a printer or network card; and
5. An Information appliance such as a cell phone or PDA.

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"Device" is in the NAICS Code "334112"
  (Computer Storage Device ManufacturingStorage devices, computer, manufacturing)


"Device" is in the UNSPSC Code "43233405"
  Device drivers or system software
Ref: 123184/2006-09-19

Device may refer to: machine , a tool , information appliance, such as a cell phone, a peripheral device attached to a computer, and an electronic component.

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"Device" is in the NAICS Code "334112"
  (Computer Storage Device ManufacturingComputer Storage Device Manufacturing)


"Device" is in the UNSPSC Code "43233405"
  Device drivers or system software
Ref: 86223/2006-09-13

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Warning device (Warning devices refer to signs, signals, ...)
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Device file (Device file is in reference to a file that ...)

Dextromoramide refers to a powerful opioid analgesic, and as such is subject to drug prohibition regimes, both internationally through UN treaties, and by the criminal law of individual stat. Dextromoramide is the right-handed isomer of the moramide molecule. The left handed molecule is called levomoramide, and a mixture of the two is called racemoramide. Its full chemical name is (+)-1-(3-Methyl-4-morpholino-2,2-diphenylbutyryl)pyrrolidine, and its molecular formula: C25H32N2O2, with an atomic weight of ~392.5. It is one of a group of molecules known as substituted a,a-Diphenyl-?-Amino-Butyramides.
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