Fin keel is a keel that is narrow and deeper than a full keel.


Flexible polyurethane foam is characterized as synthetic foam used in all upholstered furniture. The higher the density of the FPF, the more durable the cushion is.
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FPF (FPF is the acronym of flexible polyurethane foam.)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms):  flexibles, Foams
Fryer-roaster turkey refers to a young immature turkey, usually under 16 weeks of age, of either sex, that is tender-meated with soft, pliable, smooth-textured skin, and flexible breastbone cartilage.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): turkeys
Four way pallet is described as a frame that permits the entry of forks An example is a for lift truck at all four sides.
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Facings mean the number of packages of an item on the front line of a store shelf.
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Fill point is characterized as the level to which a container must be filled to furnish designated quantity of contents.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): filler, fillers, Pointe, Pointers, Points
Formaldehyde, also known as formalin, formal, and methyl aldehyde, is a colorless liquid or gas with a pungent odor. It is generally known as a disinfectant, germicide, fungicide, defoamer, and preservative. Formaldehyde is found in adhesives, cosmetics, deodorants, detergents, dyes, explosives, fertilizer, fiber board, garden hardware, germicide, fungicide, foam insulation, synthetic lubricants, paints, plastic, rubber, textile, urethane resins, and water softening chemicals. Formaldehyde is a suspected human carcinogen and has been shown to produce mutations and abnormal organisms in bacterial studies. Formaldehyde fumes are liberated from plywood, particleboard, and chipboard, as well as urea formaldehyde foam insulation. Symptoms associated with exposure to formaldehyde fumes include mucous membrane irritation, upper respiratory tract irritation, eye irritation, skin rashes, itching, nausea, stuffy nose, headaches, dizziness, and general fatigue.

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"Formaldehyde" is in the UNSPSC Code "51102708"
  Formaldehyde antiseptics
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Plywood (Plywood 3-5 thin slices of wood glue together ...)

Filled milk a type of milk which natural milkfat has been removed and replaced with other fats or oils from plant sources.
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Milk (Milk (plain) (01.1.1.1) - Fluid milk obtained ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): milks

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