Table lamp refers to Reading lamps, night lights, etc.Desk lamp refers to a fixture used on desks for work or study. These can be very utilitarian styles or a more decorative style such as a banker or pharmacy lamp. The light source should be sit about 15" above work area.
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Lexicon from 'Table lamp' until 'Toile de jouy'
Lexicon from 'Table lamp' until 'Toile de jouy'
Lamp (The lighting industry uses the term lamp to refer ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): lamps
Table tennis is a game which is also known as Ping-Pong resembling tennis but played on a table with paddles and a light hollow ball

Table tennis, also known as Ping-Pong (that name is trademarked), is the second most played sport in the world as well as the newest of the world's major sports. Ping pong ball is the official name for the sport in China.

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"Table tennis" is in the UNSPSC Code "49181508"
  Table tennis paddles
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Table tennis equipment (Table tennis equipment have to do with equipment ...)
Tennis ( (Einer der 2003 am h?ufigsten verwendeten ...)

Table tennis equipment have to do with equipment needed in playing this sport , consisting of racket, ball, net, and table that come in a wide variety from a multitude of manufacturers.
Choosing the correct equipment to fit the skill level and playing style is very important. Luckily, there are standards/ratings in table tennis equipment that takes much of the guesswork out of determining the characteristics of a particular blade (the main body of the paddle) and rubber (the playing surface).
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Tennis ( (Einer der 2003 am h?ufigsten verwendeten ...)

Tablet PC pertains a personal data assistant, a telephone, or any device which is configured to process information including an input device.

A type of notebook computer that has an LCD screen on which the user can write using a stylus. The handwriting is digitized and can be converted to standard text through handwriting recognition or it can remain as handwritten text. Tablet PCs typically have a keyboard and/or a mouse for input.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): tablets
Tableting presses are used for uniaxial pressing powdered materials into shaped tablets or compacts. Tableting presses usually operate at high speeds. Parts can often be pressed and sintered to dimensional tolerance levels that do not require additional machining.

For demanding applications , cold pressed and sintered parts may require subsequent coining/repressing, infiltration, hot pressing or forging to reach the required density and strength. Tableting presses are used in a wide range of industrial activities including the compaction of confections, cosmetics, detergents, electronic components, ferrite cores, healthcare products and pharmaceuticals, food service, nuclear fuel pellets, and precision metal parts.
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Tolerance (Tolerance pertains to the allowable variation ...)
Forging (Forging refers to a metal part worked to ...)

Tackle refers to a weight-lifting machine typically composed of a pair of pulley-block s (one fixed, one mobile) housing sheaves, with a rope running in their grooves. The polyspaston performs the same function as the tackle, but the sheaves are arranged end-to-end in two parallel rows instead of rotating on a common axle as in a standard block. It is also known as polyspaston

In power boating or sailing, ground tackle is defined as equipment such as anchors, chains or lines for holding fast a vessel to the bottom.

In fishing tackle is defined as the gear used by an angler or a commercial fisher to catch fish

In football defensive tackle is referring to a defensive player who lines up on the interior of the defensive line.

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"Tackle" is in the HS Code "8425"
  Pulley Tackle And Hoists Other Than Skip Hoist; Winches And Capstans; Jacks
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Tackle refers to the equipment, gear (especially for fishing); device for lifting and lowering objects; tools, implements

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"Tackle" is in the HS Code "8425"
  Pulley Tackle And Hoists Other Than Skip Hoist; Winches And Capstans; Jacks
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Derrick (Derrick is a tall frame with tackle for ...)
Clutch (Clutch is a group of eggs that is layed by female ...)
Fishing, Hunting and Trapping (Fishing, Hunting and Trapping - industries in the ...)
Fishing (Fishing this industry comprises establishments ...)
fishing line (Fishing line is type of fishing tool with hooks ...)

Tafia refers to an unaged, Caribbean or South American alcoholic beverage produced by batch distillation of beers obtained by the fermentation of sugar-cane juice or molasses. It is similar to aguardiente and rum
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Aguardiente (Aguardiente is described as an unaged alcoholic ...)
Cane (Cane is a mobility tool that is used as walking ...)
Tag axle is defined as unpowered third axle located behind the drive axles. It assists in carrying weight.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Tags
Tail lifts make efficient use of a delivery truck possible where items are continuously loaded and unloaded. The driver does not have to lift objects because the elevator function of the tail lift makes the use of pallet cages and barrows possible.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): tails
Talc is described as a soft, fine-grained mineral used to impart a soapy texture to dry mixtures. Hydrated magnesium silicate; a glaze ingredient but also used in whiteware bodies in place of clay; has clay- like properties but lacks real plasticity. Talc bodies were developed in ancient Egypt and then revived in the early 1900s on the West Coast for commercial low-temperature bodies; fast-firing , has low thermal shock, fires very white.

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"Talc" is in the UNSPSC Code "11101518"
  Talc

"Talc" is in the NAICS Code "212399"
  All Other Nonmetallic Mineral Mining
  Talc mining and/or beneficiating
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