Hair hygrometer refers to a type of an instrument (hygrometer) that measures atmospheric relative humidity by means of the variation in length of a bundle of human hairs as they adsorb atmospheric water vapor.
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Lexicon from 'Hair hygrometer' until 'Heat absorbing glass'
Lexicon from 'Hair hygrometer' until 'Heat absorbing glass'
Hygrometer (Ein Hygrometer (Feuchtemesser) ist ein Instrument ...)
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Bundle (Bundle refers to a package of shingles. Normally, ...)

Hair-curlers and curling irons are heating devices designed to curl human hair. Both hair curlers and curling irons contain heating elements controlled by a thermostat. In addition, a thermal cutoff or fuse prevents appliance burnouts due to overheating.

Hair-pin is a noun which may refer to:

1. A thin cylindrical strip of metal or other material bent in the shape of a long U, used to secure a hairdo or headdress.
2. Something shaped like a hairpin, especially a sharp turn in a road.
Ref: 124102/2006-09-19

Hair slide a British term referring to a decorative hinged clip
that girls and women put in their hair to hold it in place
Hair slide is a kind of hair clip which is defined as any various hair small fasteners used to hold loose articles together.

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"hair-slides" is in the CPC Code "38994"
  Cigarette lighters and other lighters; smoking pipes and cigar or cigarette holders, and parts thereof; combs, hair-slides and the like; hairpins, curling pins, curling grips, hair-curlers and the like (except electro-thermic apparatus), and parts thereof; scent sprays and similar toilet sprays, and mounts and heads therefor; powder-puffs and pads for the application of cosmetics or toilet preparations

"hair-slides" is in the HS Code "9615.11"
  - -- Of hard rubber or plastics
   Combs, hair-slides ATL, of hard rubber /plastics
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Hairspring is defined ad a fine spiral spring that regulates the movement of the balance wheel in a timepiece. Also known as balance spring, this is the small spiral spring that is attached to the balance wheel, the quality of which can affect the regularity and accuracy of a movement.

Halider pertains to a chemical compound of a halogen with a more electropositive element or group.

Metal halides are used in high-intensity discharge lamps called metal halide lamps, such as those used in modern street lights. These are more energy-efficient than mercury-vapor lamps, and have much better colour rendition than orange high-pressure sodium lamps. Metal halide lamps are also commonly used in greenhouses or in rainy climates to supplement natural sunlight.

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"Halide" is in the HS Code "2812"
  Halide s And Halide Oxides Of Non-Metals

"Halide" is in the UNSPSC Code "41113311"
  Halide detector lamp
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Halogen lamp light bulb is identified as halogen bulbs that produce a whiter light and produce more light (lumens) per watt than standard incandescent bulbs. They most closely replicate the color spectrum of the sun. Their small size and intensity make halogens great for task lighting. Many of today's lamps use halogen light bulbs.

Halogen lamp light bulbs are most commonly used in desk lamps, torchieres, floor lamps, accent table lamps, undercabinet lighting, Bath brackets, vanity lights, wall sconces, swing arm lamps, ceiling lamps, flush mounts, pendants, directional lamps, chandeliers, kitchen island lights, landscape lighting, path lighting, and also outdoor spot/flood lights.
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Hammer is described as an instrument for driving nails, beating metals, and the like, consisting of a head, usually of steel or iron, fixed crosswise to a handle. The hammer usually has a curved claw used to extract nails.

Hammering is described as the act of pounding, delivering repeated heavy blows to drive the nails, to form metals to become an object

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"Hammering" is in the HS Code "8462"
  Machine -Tools ( Including Presses) For Working Metal By Forging, Hammering Or Die-Stamping; Machine-
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Hand control is described as a mechanical system that allows for operation of both the gas and brake pedals by either hand and is accomplished by means of a combination lever mounted to the steering column.

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