Finish refers to the specifically shaped formation of glass surrounding the container opening which will eventually accept a cap.

See also:
"Finish" is in the NAICS Code "238350"
  (Finish Carpentry ContractorsKitchen cabinets and counters, constructed on site)


"Finish" is in the UNSPSC Code "72101903"
  Finish carpentry or cabinetry

Ref: 123455/2006-10-14

Finish is defined as: 1) Surface characteristics or texture of paper is the finish; 2) The general term for trimming, folding, binding and other post-production processes of paper handling and printing.

-see also:
"Finish" is in the NAICS Code "238350"
  (Finish Carpentry ContractorsHermetically sealed window unit, residential-type, installation)


"Finish" is in the UNSPSC Code "72101903"
  Finish carpentry or cabinetry

Ref: 123812/2006-09-22


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Finished cattle (Finished cattle is identified as feed cattle ...)
Finished (Finished sheets of paper pressed between cold ...)
Cap (Cap is a term used for metal or molded closures.)
Binding (From )
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