The North American Product Classification System (NAPCS) refers to a multi-phase effort by Canada, Mexico, and the United States to develop a comprehensive list of products, product definitions, and product codes that will be organized into an integrated demand -based classification framework that classifies both goods and services according to how they are principally used.

Nylon is a fiber made of thermoplastic fibers melted together. Used primarily in combination with other fabrics for suit linings, outerwear linings, and hosiery. Nylon which was invented on February 28, 1935 by Wallace Carothers at the E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company of Wilmington, Delaware, USA, is a synthetic polymer - a plastic.

Nontransferable is the incapability of being assigned to another party; a credit card holder cannot give someone else the privilege of using his or her card. Example , credit cards are nontransferable or can not be used by another person except the card holder or the person who applied and awarded the said card.
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Capability (Capability has to do with the ability to execute ...)
Nail salon refers to the industry which comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing nail care services, such as manicures, pedicures, and nail extensions. Manicure is a cosmetic treatment of the fingernails, including shaping and polishing while Pedicure means nail l care and treatment of the feet. Includes soaking feet in warm soapy water and removing dry skin with a pumice stone or a special razor. Also includes a foot and leg massage and concludes with polishing of nails, if desired.

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"Nail Salons" is in the NAICS Code "812113"
  (Nail Salons Pedicurist services)

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Shaping (Shaping refers to positive reinforcement is given ...)

Name-plates refers to the banner on the front of a newsletter or other periodical that identifies the publication is its nameplate. The nameplate usually contains the name of the newsletter, possibly graphics or a logo, and perhaps a subtitle, motto, and publication information. Nameplate The banner on the front of a newsletter that identifies the publication. The nameplate usually contains the name of the newsletter, possibly graphics or a logo, and perhaps a subtitle, motto, and publication information.

Also Known As: masthead, banner
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Fertigteilbauten (Bauwerke, die ?berwiegend aus Fertigbauteilen ...)
Narrow Fabric Mills refers to the industry which comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) weaving or braiding narrow fabrics in their final form or initially made in wider widths that are specially constructed for narrower widths and/or (2) making fabric-covered elastic yarn and thread. Establishments in this industry may weave only; weave and finish; or weave, finish, and further fabricate fabric products.
-covered elastic thread, yarn and cord are included.

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"Narrow Fabric Mills" is in the NAICS Code "31322"
  (Narrow Fabric Mills and Schiffli Machine EmbroideryNarrow Fabric Mills and Schiffli Machine Embroidery)

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Weave (Weave is the pattern of interlacing of warp and ...)

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