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
Sodium chloride - sodium chloride is better known as table salt and is used for taste enhancement and preservation of meat and other meat products.

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"Sodium chloride" is in the UNSPSC Code "51102714"
  Sodium chloride solution for irrigation
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Chlorid (Chloride sind Salze der Salzs?ure und z?hlen zu ...)
Chlor (Gasf?rmiges, gr?ngelbes, hochgiftiges, ?tzendes ...)

Storm trysail is described as a very strong sail used in stormy weather. It is loose footed, being attached to the mast, but not the boom. This helps prevent boarding waves from damaging the sail or the rigging.
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Boom (Boom is described as a pole securing the bottom ...)
Shochu pertains to a a distilled spirit made in Japan, using rice as the fermentation feedstock.
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Stonewash refers to a finishing process that creates a distressed appearance, including a softer texture, puckering at the seams and slight wrinkling. Garments are tumbled together with stones (usually pumice stones) in larger washers. This process is usually applied to indigo-dyed denim garments. Different sizes of stones can be used and length of washing time can be varied to achieve different effects.
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Process (Process means the preparation of a substance, ...)
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Surface-fusion welding pertains to gas welding in which a carburizing flame is used to melt the surface of the parent metal which then unites with the metal from a suitable filler rod.
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Skylight window refers to a window placed in the roof of a building, in the ceiling of a room, or in the deck of a ship, for the admission of light from above.
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Lexicon from 'Saccharata' until 'skylight window'
Lexicon from 'Saccharata' until 'skylight window'
Admission (Admission an acknowledgment of the truth of something)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Skylights, Windows
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) reres to a numerical code scheme previously used for classifying industries and products. In January 1997 the SIC was replaced by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).
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