Upland cotton is a term originally used to refer to cotton grown on raised lands not prone to flooding. It now refers to short and medium staple cottons.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): cottons
- Ultra-hard materials machining : Ultra-hard materials machining is the fabrication of components from ultra-hard materials such as glass, ceramics, sapphire, quartz, stainless steel, and titanium.

Providers of ultra-hard materials machining services differ in terms of capabilities . Basic services include drilling, milling, turning, etching, and honing. Laser machining, CNC machining, and micro machining services are also available. Companies that perform electrical discharge machining (EDM) use a shaped die sinker, electrode, or wire to cut parts.
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Under-vehicle surveillance equipment is described as a
device which aids in the inspection of the underside of a vehicle.
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Underground means under the level of the ground; belowground storage areas; underground caverns. It is a place or space beneath the surface of the ground;
subterranean space.

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"Underground" is in the NAICS Code "212112"
  (Bituminous Coal Underground MiningSubbituminous coal underground mining or mining and beneficiating)


"Underground" is in the UNSPSC Code "20102307"
  Underground mining service vehicle spare parts or accessories
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Underground storage tank is characterized as large tank buried underground for storing liquids. Examples are gasoline, heating oil tanks. Underground storage tank is a potential source of groundwater contamination if the tanks leak.
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Underground transmission lines are lines that are becoming more common, especially in highly populated area. They may be buried with no protection, or placed in conduit, trenches, or tunnels.
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Transmission (Die Transmission beschreibt die Wegsamkeit f?r ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Transmissionen, Transmissions
Underpants is described as short or long pants worn under an outer garment; drawers

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"underpants" is in the HS Code "6107.11"
  - -- Of cotton
   Men's/boys' underpants & briefs, KN/CR, of cotton
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Underpants refers to short or long pants worn under an outer garment; drawers

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"Underpants" is in the UNSPSC Code "53102303"
  Underpants
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Underwater acoustic transducers can contain both transmitters and receivers, or they can be solely transmitters used in conjunction with a hydrophone. They sense reflected sound and use distance and directional data for communication, mapping and navigation.

Underwater acoustic transducers have an operational range, but are usually designed to operate at their resonance frequency to maximize output power. They are most typically single frequency transmitters, but they may contain multiple transmitters and receivers for different frequencies.
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