Grain sorghum has something to do with a sorghum grown for grain production, as distinct from sweet sorghum grown for the sugar content of its stem. Feedstock and ethanol production and two industries that used grain sorghum. The term is sometimes called 'milo".
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): grains
Granite is described as a coarse grained igneous rock containing the minerals mica, quartz and feldspar. Granite forms from the solidification of magma deep below the earth's surface. It comes in shades of blue, grey to black and then brown and fawn, even flecked with pink.

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"Granite" is in the NAICS Code "212313"
  (Crushed and Broken Granite Mining and QuarryingSyenite (except nepheline) crushed and broken stone mining and/or beneficiating)


"Granite" is in the HS Code "6802.23"
  - -- Granite

"Granite" is in the UNSPSC Code "11111604"
  Granite
Ref: 124221/2006-09-27

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Stichworte von 'granite knob' bis 'gypsum'
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Grape is a kind of fruit which are grown and used for juices, raisins, and table fruit, but of the world's grape production mostly goes into making wine .

The juice of a grape is the main ingredient in making wine.

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"Grape" is in the NAICS Code "111332"
  (Grape VineyardsRaisin farming)


"Grape" is in the HS Code "2204"
  Wine Of Fresh Grape s, Including Fortified Wines; Grape Must Other Than Of Heading 2009
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Graphite refers to a crystalline form of carbon, commonly used in glass working tools because it does not burn or stick to glass.

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"Graphite" is in the NAICS Code "335991"
  (Carbon and Graphite Product ManufacturingElectrodes for thermal and electrolytic uses, carbon and graphite, manufacturing)


"Graphite" is in the HS Code "3801"
  Artificial Graphite, Colloidal Or Semi-Colloidal Graphite, Preparations Based On Graphite Or Other C

"Graphite" is in the UNSPSC Code "11101507"
  Graphite
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Gravure is a high quality printing process capable of producing printed images which have a continuous tone effect similar to a photograph. The gravure process utilizes a metal printing cylinder onto which the image is etched. The gravure cylinder can be created with analog or digital plating processes.

Gravure is used for many packaging applications , magazines, and pressure sensitive labels. Gravure is the preferred method of producing magazines and catalogs that have large circulations. The National Geographic Magazine is an example of a publication that utilizes rotogravure

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"Gravure" is in the NAICS Code "323111"
  (Commercial Gravure PrintingDatabases gravure printing without publishing)


"Gravure" is in the HS Code "8443.40"
  - - Gravure printing machinery
Ref: 124285/2006-10-01

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Gravel is a term used to describe unconsolidated sediments composed of rock fragments. These rock fragments have a size that is greater than 2 millimeters.

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"Gravel" is in the NAICS Code "212321"
  (Construction Sand and Gravel MiningGravel quarrying and/or beneficiating)


"Gravel" is in the UNSPSC Code "30151603"
  Gravel stops
Ref: 124090/2006-09-19

Gravel refers to an unconsolidated, natural accumulation of rounded rock fragments resulting from erosion, consisting predominantly of particles larger than sand (diameter greater than 2 mm or 1/12 in), such as boulders, cobbles, pebbles, granules, or any combination of these; a popular term for a loose accumulation of rock fragments, such as a detrital sediment associated especially with streams or beaches, composed predominantly of more or less rounded pebbles and small stones, and mixed with sand that may compose 50% to 70% of the total mass; and an engineering term for rounded fragments having a diameter in the range of 1.87 in (47.5 mm) (retained on U.S. standard sieve No. 4) to 3 in (76 mm).

Gravel refers to a rock that is of a certain grain size range. In geology, gravel is any loose rock that is at least two millimeters in its largest dimension (about 1/12 of an inch) and no more than 75 millimeters (about 3 inches). Sometimes gravel is restricted to rock in the 2-4 millimeter range, with pebble being reserved for rock 4-75 millimeters (some say 64 millimeters). The next smaller size class in geology is sand, which is 0.063 mm to 2 mm in size. The next larger size is cobble, which is 75 (64) millimeters to 256 millimeters (about three to ten inches).

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"Gravel" is in the NAICS Code "212321"
  (Construction Sand and Gravel MiningSand, construction grade, quarrying and/or beneficiating)


"Gravel" is in the UNSPSC Code "11111611"
  Gravel
Ref: 86195/2006-09-13

Gravel is a term described as coarse granular material (usually larger than 1/4 inch in diameter) resulting from the natural erosion and disintegration of rock. Crushed gravel is the result of artificial crushing with most fragments having at least one face resulting from fracture .

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"Gravel" is in the NAICS Code "212321"
  (Construction Sand and Gravel MiningSand and gravel quarrying (i.e., construction grade) and/or beneficiating)


"Gravel" is in the UNSPSC Code "20121304"
  Gravel pack systems
Ref: 122274/2006-10-09

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Graze is a term used to denote: a) the consumption of standing forage by livestock or wildlife; and (b) to put livestock to feed on standing forage.
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Grease wool is a type of wool as it is shorn from the sheep, before any processing.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): greases, woolens, Wools

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