Wadding is referring to the act of hanging staff by fastening wads made of plaster of Paris and excelsior or fiber to the casts and winding them around the framing.

Wafer is described as a round disc of semiconductor material most commonly silicon, although aallium arsenide and other semiconductor materials are also used. Wafers are a few millimeters thick and are available in a variety of diameters with 100 millimeter, 125 millimeter, 150 millimeter and 200 millimeter being the most common and 300 millimeter just entering use.

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"Wafer" is in the UNSPSC Code "40141637"
  Wafer check valves
Quelle: Gloria Buenavista - 120792/2006-10-06

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Waferboard (Waferboard pertained to a manufactured wood ...)
Wafer (Der Wafer ist eine d?nne Scheibe aus Halbleitermat ...)
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Waferboard pertained to a manufactured wood panel made out of 1"- 2" wood chips and glue. Waferboard Is often used as a substitute for plywood in the exterior wall and roof sheathing. Moreover, it is a building panel made by bonding together large, flat flakes of wood. Waferboard sheathing refers to the exterior wall or roof covering panels of waferboard

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"Waferboard" is in the NAICS Code "32121"
  Veneer, Plywood, and Engineered Wood Product Manufacturing
  Waferboard manufacturing
Quelle: Gloria Buenavista - 122736/2006-10-01

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Wafer (Wafer is described as a round disc of semiconductor ...)
Boar (Boar pertains to an intact adult male pig.)
Wafer (Der Wafer ist eine d?nne Scheibe aus Halbleitermat ...)
Plywood (Plywood 3-5 thin slices of wood glue together ...)
Bonding (Bonding is described as the process of connecting ...)

Waffle slab is described as: (1) a two-way concrete joist system and (2) a two-way slab or flat slab made up of a double system of narrow ribs or joists, usually at right angles to each other, forming a pattern of waffle-like coffers
Quelle: Gloria Buenavista - 122752/2006-10-01


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): waffles, slabs
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"Waffles" is in the HS Code "1905.32"
  - -- Waffles and wafers
- 32183/2006-06-13

Waggon is a kind of vehicle with front and rear axles, pulled by a reacg or tongue, which is usually connected to the front axle, for steering. The body of the waggon is designed to carry loads and varies in size from a child?s pull toy to one with a 50 ton capacity.
Quelle: Gloria Buenavista - 122699/2006-09-22

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Trailer (Trailer a device that makes it possible to tow a ...)
Truck (Truck refers to a motorized vehicle, essentially ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Waggons
Wall cabinet is described as a case, box, or piece of furniture which mounts on a wall, commonly with shelves and doors, used for storage

Wall cabinet denotes enclosures that are installed against a wall and off of the floor, often in a kitchen or storage area. The standard depth of a wall cabinet is 12 inches deep, with the width and height varying. When used in a kitchen the units are normally installed 18 inches above the base cabinets and either extend to the ceiling or leave some area open. Soffits are often built above the cabinets so that the empty space is filled.
Quelle: Gloria Buenavista - 120922/2006-09-22

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Cabinet (Cabinet is a general term which can refer to: ...)
Cabin (Cabin refers to the room inside a boat.)
Height (Height computer is characterized as a calculating ...)

Wall fabric is referring to wallpaper or other fabric used to cover or finish off an existing wall.
Quelle: Gloria Buenavista - 120954/2006-10-01

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Wallpaper ( (Einer der 2003 am h?ufigsten verwendeten ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Fabrics
Wardrobe refers to a large cabinet or cupboard for hanging clothes.

Wardrobe is described as a tall cupboard with a chest of drawers, originally called a clothes press but became known as the wardrobe in the 18th century when a rod was added for handing clothes and a mirror was often fitted to the interior or exterior of a door.

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"Wardrobe" is in the UNSPSC Code "91101903"
  Wardrobe consultant
Quelle: Gloria Buenavista - 122630/2006-10-11

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Armoire (Armoire is described as a tall wardrobe probably ...)
Cabinet (Cabinet is a general term which can refer to: ...)
Cupboard (Cupboard refers to a case piece with shelves and ...)

Warehouse makes reference to a place where goods are stored for a certain period of time.

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"Warehouse" is in the NAICS Code "45291"
  Warehouse Clubs and Superstores

"Warehouse" is in the UNSPSC Code "24102102"
  Warehouse carousels
Quelle: Gloria Buenavista - 120928/2006-09-22

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Warehouse club (Warehouse club is described as a giant store that ...)
Handled (From General-Merchandise Warehouse)
Field Warehouse (A warehouse on the property of the owner of the ...)
Refrigerated Warehouse (A warehouse that is used to store perishable ...)
container warehouse (container warehouse refers to a commercial ...)

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