Storm sail refers to the storm jib and storm trysail. Small sails built from heavy cloth for use during heavy weather.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Sails
Mobile truck equipment with the capacity for lifting a container within its own framework.
Ref: 84777/2006-08-24

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Capacity (Capacity refers to the maximum number of ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Carriers
Structiral container is described as a rigid structure that performs the function of a ULD without requiring the use of a restraining net.
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Container ((EDV-technisches) Objekt, das aus verschiedenen ...)
Container (Gro?beh?lter zum Transport von losen oder wenig ...)
ULD (ULD is the acronym of Unit load device)

Subterranean room refers Literally, under earth. An underground chamber, room or series of rooms dug into the ground or bedrock beneath a fort or other work to hold supplies, ordnance stores or provisions in a secure and temperate location.
Ref: 86329/2006-09-13

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quire vault (vault - An arched apartment; especially, a ...)
Subbituminous coal - A coal whose properties range from those of lignite to those of bituminous coal and used primarily as fuel for steam-electric power generation. It may be dull, dark brown to black, soft and crumbly, at the lower end of the range, to bright, jet black, hard, and relatively strong, at the upper end. Subbituminous coal contains 20 to 30 percent inherent moisture by weight. The heat content of subbituminous coal ranges from 17 to 24 million Btu per ton on a moist, mineral -matter-free basis. .
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Bituminous coal (Bituminous coal is characterized as a dense coal ...)
Coal (Coal refers to a combustible black or brownish ...)

Suede is identified as a type of leather in which the flesh side is buffed smooth. Suede splits are buffed on both sides.

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"Suede" is in the UNSPSC Code "11131507"
Ref: 124312/2006-10-03

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Leather (Leather is described as the pelt of an animal. ..)
Sugar beet is pertaining to a variety of beet (Beta vulgaris) which is specifically grown because of it's high sugar content which can be processed to produce quality sugars

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"Sugar beet" is in the CPC Code "0194"
  Sugar beet seeds, other beet seeds and seeds of forage plants

"Sugar beet" is in the HS Code "1212.91"
  - -- Sugar beet

"Sugar beet" is in the NAICS Code "11199"
  All Other Crop Farming
  Sugar beet farming
Ref: 124207/2006-09-26

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Sugar (Sugar is characterized as pure carbohydrate, a ...)

Sugarcane Farming - this industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in growing sugarcane.

Sugarcane is a tall tropical grass originating from Southeast Asia. Formally known as Saccharum officinarum, it has thick stems that are a major commercial source of sugar.

The primary activities of firms in this industry are:
Cane farming, sugar, field production
The high risk job tasks associated with this industry are
1. Mix or apply organophosphates or work in fields after an application
2. Repeatedly inhale bioaerosols of moldy sugarcane bagasse
4. Spray chlorothalonil
4. Use carbon disulfide as fumigant

NAICS Code: 11193

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"Sugarcane Farming" is in the NAICS Code "111930"
  (Sugarcane Farming Sugarcane farming, field production)

- 87293/2006-09-17

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Cane (Cane is a mobility tool that is used as walking ...)