Engineers ball pein hammer is used for striking metal objects. The most frequently used model has a flat face at one end and a ball at the other. With head weights from 1/4 lb to 3lb the engineers hammer is very much the " maid of all work among" hammers and for this reason special care should be taken to ensure that the recommendations with regard to safety are followed.
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Ball (Ball is described as a sphere; a round body of ...)
Hammer (Hammer refers to an instrument for driving nails ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): B?lle, Ballen, baller, balls
Engraved printing is described as a printing process using recessed plates. Ink sits in the recessed Wells of the plate, and when pressure is applied, raised letters and images appear on the front of the page.
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Enlargement is defined as the process or result of changing the size and scale of a map in order to produce a larger map. This process may be effected by photography, xerography, digital, or recompilation and generalization methods.
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Enlargers are identified as optical devices used to send light through a negative and project an image using a lens onto photographic paper for the purpose of producing a photographic print.

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"Enlargers" is in the HS Code "9008"
  Image Projectors, Other Than Cinematographic; Photographic (Other Than Cinematographic) Enlargers An

"Enlargers" is in the UNSPSC Code "45101904"
  Enlargers
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Optical fibres (Optical fibres are made from extremely thin, ...)

- Environmental stress screening (ESS) : Environmental stress screening (ESS) revolves around the manufacturing stage in which all assemblies are subjected to abnormal stresses, with the aim of forcing all early failures to occur and to test the reliability of the assemblies. This process is also called reliability testing.
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Iron (Iron is a chemical element with the symbol Fe (L. ...)
Stress (Stress refers to the negative feelings and ...)
Environmental ((engl.) "auf die Umwelt bezogen")
ESS (ESS is the acronym of environmental stress screening.)

Epoxy is described as a two part resin and catalyst adhesive that cures rather than dries. The most useful for model building is the type that sets in 5 minutes, called "5-minute epoxy".

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"Epoxy" is in the UNSPSC Code "13111001"
  Epoxy
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Catalyst (Catalyst refers to an ingredient that speeds up a ...)
Adhesive (Adhesive in relation to a stamp affixed to ...)

Escarole refers to a variety of chicory that is used in salads. It is also called endive.
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Equipment revolves around all machinery, tools, and other apparatus, together with the necessary supplies for upkeep and maintenance, needed for the proper construction and acceptable completion of the work. It means: supplies; necessary items; tools, instruments or other objects for completing a task. Examples are: electronic equipment that broadcasts or receives electromagnetic waves representing images and sound, (I.e.camera , television, etc); naval equipment means equipment for use of the navy like naval radar and shipboard system

Equipment a general term including material , fittings, devices,
appliances , luminaires (lighting fixtures), apparatus, and
other parts used in connection with an electrical installation.

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"Equipment" is in the NAICS Code "2382"
  (Building Equipment ContractorsBuilding Equipment Contractors)


"Equipment" is in the HS Code "7308.40"
  - - Equipment for scaffolding, shuttering, propping or pitpropping

"Equipment" is in the UNSPSC Code "40000000"
  Distribution and Conditioning Systems and Equipment and Components
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Under-vehicle  surveillance equipment
Air-conditioning equipment  (Air-conditioning equipment makes reference to ...)
Utilization equipment (Utilization equipment is referring to equipment ...)
Heating equipment  (Heating equipment is described as any equipment ...)
Table tennis  equipment (Table tennis equipment  have to do with equipment ...)

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