Engineered wood is described as wood made from slices of lumber (plywood) or the chips and fibers that remain after a tree is milled into lumber (particleboard, fiberboard). Likewise, these are woods made from slices of lumber (plywood) or the chips and fibers that remain after a tree is milled into lumber (particleboard or fiberboard).
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Plywood (Plywood 3-5 thin slices of wood glue together ...)
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, ...)

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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Espresso is a beverage made by forcing hot water through a bed of finely ground and densely packed espresso coffee, which is a blend of coffee beans typically roasted medium to dark.
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Barbagliata (Barbagliata refers to Italian espresso coffee ...)
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