Warp rib is a lightly ribbed fabric that is used for men's and women's clothing.
Ref: 122777/2006-10-03

Weld junction pertains to the boundary between the fusion zone and the heat affected zone
Ref: 122702/2006-09-22


Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Welders, junctions
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
Ref: 122630/2006-10-11

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Windsor chair pertains to a chair form based on a solid wood seat, with independent leg and back support systems. Plenty of chairs with windsor design were manufactured one after the other, these are bow-back windsor, comb-back windsor, etc.
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Weft winding refers to winding or reeling of wft yarns. Weft are threads that are woven under and over the threads that are held on a loom - a frame or machine for weaving fabric
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Wine is a . beverage obtained and produced from the fermentation of the natural contents of grapes and other fruits, or vegetables, containing sugar, including such beverages when fortified by the addition of alcohol or spirits.
It is made from a variety of ingredients which is then fermented where the alcohol level is 12-18% naturally unless fortified.

Fruit wines are produced from the fermentation of fruits other than grapes.

-see also:
"Wine" is in the NAICS Code "424820"
  (Wine and Distilled Alcoholic Beverage Merchant WholesalersWines merchant wholesalers)


"Wine" is in the CPC Code "2421"
  Wine of fresh grapes, whether or not flavoured; grape must

"Wine" is in the HS Code "2204"
  Wine Of Fresh Grapes, Including Fortified Wines; Grape Must Other Than Of Heading 2009

"Wine" is in the UNSPSC Code "50202203"
  Wine
Ref: 120837/2006-09-27

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Whisky is defined by the ATF. as an alcoholic distillate from a mash of grain , produced at less than 190? proof, in such as manner that the distillate possesses the taste, aroma and characteristics generally attributed to whisky.

With the exception of corn whisky, it should be stored in oak barrels. It is also called (spelled) whiskey especially in US and Ireland.
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Worm gear denotes a type of gear with one or more teeth in the form of screwed threads.
Ref: 120826/2006-10-06

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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): gears

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