Gaylord refers to a brand name for a large corrugated container usually sized to match the length and width dimensions of a pallet. Gaylord is actually a trade name that has become synonymous with this specific type of container.
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Gear is a mechanical device that transmits power and motion between axes. It is a toothed machine part that meshes with another toothed part to transmit motion or to change speed or direction. Materials for gears may include aluminum, brass, bronze, cast iron, carbon or alloy steel, hardened steel, stainless steel, and a wide variety of plastic materials.

Gear is a comprehensive term in general use on shipboard signifying the total of all implements, apparatus, mechanism, machinery, etc., appertaining to and employed in the performance of any given operation. For instance the brooms, brushes, buckets, dust pans, mops, etc., constitute the cleaning gear, the rudder, steering engine or motors, shafting, gears, drums, etc., the steering gear, etc.

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"Gear" is in the NAICS Code "333612"
  (Speed Changer, Industrial High-Speed Drive, and Gear ManufacturingSpeed reducers (i.e., power transmission equipment ) manufacturing)


"Gear" is in the HS Code "8461"
  Machine-Tools For Planing-Shaping, Slotting, Broaching, Gear Cutting, Gear Grinding Or Gear Finishin

"Gear" is in the UNSPSC Code "15121503"
  Gear oil
Ref: 120812/2006-09-19

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Spiral bevel gear (Spiral bevel gear refers to a gear designed for ...)
Differential gear (Differential gear is defined as a bevel gear that ...)
Bevel gear (Bevel gear is a type of gear of conical form ...)
Gearbox (Gearbox, also known as a gear case or gearhead ...)
Face gear (Face gear is a type of gear with cogs mortised ...)

Gear cutter is described as a mechanical tool or machine used for the fabrication of gear wheels to cut the teeth in the wheels. These cutters are ideal for both dry machining and wet cutting processes.

Automatic gear cutter refers to a machine designed to cut spur and bevel gears and worm-wheels. These machines are generally automatic, all the operations required in gear cutting being performed by the machine itself except the lacing of the wheels in position and setting the machine for the proper depth and length of cut.
Ref: 120834/2006-09-26

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Gear (Gear is a mechanical device that transmits power ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): gears
Gear ratio is described as the ratio between number of teeth of the meshing gears.
Ref: 120823/2006-10-06

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Gear (Gear is a mechanical device that transmits power ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): gears, ration, rations, ratios
Gear train is two or more gear working together by meshing their teeth and turning each other in a system to generate power and speed.
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Train (Train is referring to one or more engines ...)
Gear (Gear is a mechanical device that transmits power ...)

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Gel dyeing pertains to a continuous tow-dyeing method in which soluble dyes are applied to wet-spun fibres, example are acrylic or modacrylic fibres in the gel state, that is after extrusion and coagulation, but before drawing and drying.
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continuous (Continuous is a characteristic of an attribute ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Gelee, Gelees, Gels
Gelatin is a protein extracted from animal hides and used in a variety of foodstuffs to produce jellies. In photography gelatine is used to suspend the light sensitive silver halides and bind them to the film or paper base. It is also a substance similar to refined animal glue used for paper sizing, plate-making, and as a protective layer for some forms of photographs.

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"Gelatin" is in the HS Code "3503"
  Gelatin (Including Gelatin In Rectangular (Including Square) Sheets, Whether Or Not Surface-Worked O

"Gelatin" is in the UNSPSC Code "50192404"
  Gelatin or jelly crystals

"Gelatin" is in the NAICS Code "311999"
  All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing
  Gelatin dessert preparations manufacturing
Ref: 123772/2006-09-19

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Japanese gelatin (Japanese gelatin is another name for agar-agar. ...)
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Ta ko (Ta ko is a Thai sweet made of gelatin topped ...)
Gelatine (Gelatine is a German word with the same meanning ...)
Zhelatin (Zhelatin is a Russian term for gelatin of animal origin)

A warehouse that is used to store goods that are readily handled, are packaged, and do not require a controlled environment.
Ref: 84785/2006-08-24

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Handi (Handi is a Hindi earthenware cooking pot.)
Ware (Ware ist der ganzheitliche Begriff f?r die Mittel ...)
Warehouse (Warehouse makes reference to a place where goods ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Warehouses

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