Live coral is described as any pieces of live coral transported in water and that are identifiable to the level of species or genus.

French - corail vivant
Spanish - coral vivo
Ref: 122856/2006-10-12

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Oral ( (Einer der 2003 am h?ufigsten verwendeten ...)
Log (1) Stem, or length of stem, of a tree after felling and Cross-cutting.
(2) To harvest (extract) trees or logs from a forest.

Based on HS and CITES definition , a log refers to all wood in the rough, whether or not stripped of bark or sapwood, or roughly squared, for processing, notably into sawn wood, pulpwood or veneer sheets.

French - grume
Spanish - troza
Ref: 122732/2006-09-27

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Harvest (Harvest is defined as to pick the fully matured plant.)
Felling (Felling is described as the act of cutting or ...)
Pulpwood (Pulpwood is characterized as a wood suitable for ...)

Longhorn refers to a breed of cattle which ran wild in the South Texas brush country; descendants of Spanish cattle brought to America by the Spanish in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Ref: 122595/2006-10-10

Loop-back Windsor. Is an alternate name for an American bow-back Windsor.
Ref: 122658/2006-10-11

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Bow (Bow is described as the front of the boat.)
Low-back Windsor refers to windsor with a single horizontal bow that supports arm rests and the back section.
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Single ( (Einer der 2003 am h?ufigsten verwendeten ...)
Low explosives is described as explosives that changed into gases by burning or combustion. These are characterized by deflagration (burning rapidly without generating a high pressure wave) and a lower reaction rate than high explosives. An example is a gun powder.
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Explosive (Explosive refers to a chemical compound, mixture ...)

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