Glycerine a term also known as glycerol which is described as a clear, colorless, viscous, sweet-tasting liquid belonging to the alcohol family of organic compounds.Having three hydroxyl (OH) groups, its chemical formula is CH2OHCHOHCH2OH. It is a by-product of alcoholic fermentations of sugars. It is hygroscopic, and may be used as an extractant in the dehydration of ethanol.

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"Glycerine" is in the UNSPSC Code "51171608"
  Glycerine
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Gin-pole truck refers to a truck equipped with a pair of poles, and hoisting equipment for use in lifting heavy machinery around a lease.
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Game birds pertain to ruffed grouse, wild turkey, crow, mourning dove, pheasant, quail, woodcock, brant, coot, ducks, gallinule, geese, mergansers, rails, snipe and swans.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Games, birds
Gamma camera is described as a device used in nuclear medicine to scan patients who have been injected with small amounts of radioactive materials .
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Camera ( (Einer der 2003 am h?ufigsten verwendeten ...)

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Gampi refers to a bast fiber traditionally used in Japanese papermaking, with long, thin, shiny fibers of uniform thickness. Although gampi grows wild in much of the Far East, it has resisted cultivation and Japan now imports its fiber from China and Korea. This has resulted in a decline of its use in paper production
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Gantry crane refers to a type of crane or hoisting machine mounted on a frame or structure spanning an intervening space, which often travels on rails.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): cranes
Garment wash refers to the process of industrially washing garments after they have been manufactured to remove sizing; it also softens and pre-shrinks.
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Garnet is described as dark red mineral, actually one of six main varieties of gemstones related by similar chemical composition. They are used by the ancients as inlays, formally cut en cabochon in Victorian jewelry while backed by gold or silver foil, they are today usually found in step cuts.

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"Garnet" is in the HS Code "2513"
  Pumice Stone; Emery; Natural Corundum, Natural Garnet And Other Natural Abrasives, Whether Or Not He

"Garnet" is in the UNSPSC Code "54121601"
  Garnet gemstones
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