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-held camera is a device used by a camera operator to shoot a scene holding the camera , rather than a tripod or a mechanical vehicle.
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Handgun is described as a gun that is generally held in one hand. It may be of the single-shot, multi-barrel, repeating or semi-automatic variety and includes revolvers. Handgunn is synonymous to pistol
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Handled is described as fitted with or having a handle or having a usually specified type of handle; as, a D-Handle - a standard handle for a short-handled stick tool used for gardening

Example: Trainer which is a red-handled non-sharpened knife used for training and practice purposes.
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Peel (Peel refers to a long-handled, usually wooden, ...)
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Harmonium is a term used to describe a musical instrument which is both a keyboard and a wind instrument. It is small, portable organ-like instrument patented in 1842; eventually a name given to any sort of reed organ. The sound is produced by air going through the bellows that is activated by a pedal that also makes the reeds vibrate. European and American harmoniums have a pedestal, and foot pedals to pump the bellows. The player sits in a chair and uses both hands.
The harmonium was developed in the 1840s by Alexandre Debain and was preceded by the accordion and the mouth organ (or harmonica).
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Harp is described as one of the largest of all string instruments. It is musical instrument consisting of a triangular frame furnished with strings and sometimes with pedals, held upright, and played with the fingers.
There are three basic forms of harp: bowed, angle, and frame. Most harps are played with the fingertips, although some harps are played with the fingernails. Celtic harp is an example of a harp - a small instrument of 24 to 34 strings around 1m tall, with curved neck and pillar. The sound box was once carved from solid, but now is usually a box.

As a lighting terms a harp is described as brass finished hardware used to secure a lampshade to the base. Harps vary in size depending on the shade depth, usually 8", 10", or 12".
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C-sharp (C# (gesprochen: C-sharp, was als Musiknote "Cis" ...)
Harpooning (Harpooning is a surface method that requires ...)

Harpoon refers to method of catching big fishes through hand-held equipment or fired from a gun. Harpoons target high-value fishes. There is no problem encountered regarding bycatch since theyare aimed at individual fish.
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Chisel (Chisel is described as an edge tool or ...)
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Harpooning is a surface method that requires considerable effort in locating and chasing individual fish, as opposed to fisheries methods that target schools of fish.
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