Watch movement pertains to the engine that powers a watch to keep time. An automatic watch, also called a self winding watch, uses the movement of the wrist to constantly wind the mainspring inside the watch which moves the hands at regular intervals.

In the case of a quartz watch, a tiny quartz crystal is electrified making it vibrate at 32,768 times per second to produce time accurate within 15 seconds per month.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): movements
Water-formed is described as a technique in which leather is dampened to make it more pliable, and worked freehand over a mold or last. When dry, the leather will retain its shape.
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Vegetable tanning (Vegetable tanning is described as a tanning ...)
Watermark is characterized as a design or lettering that can be seen when the paper is held up to the light that may indicate its name, date, or identity. It is usually produced by carefully forming the wires of the laid or wove screen to vary the fiber density during the papermaking process. Photographic techniques have also been used to produce watermarks.
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Mark (Bis 1990 W?hrung der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik)
Design (Nach DIN EN ISO 8402, Einleitung umfa?t der ...)

Weapon pertains to the development of technologies with military applications , including guided missiles, bombs, torpedoes, mines, missile and rocket launchers, and some firearms.

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"Weapon" is in the UNSPSC Code "60106210"
  Weapon system teaching aids or materials
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Weapon makes reference to an any instrument or tool of offensive or defensive combat. It does not only denotes guns or knives, but also other things that are used for offense and defense, like automobile, baseball bat, bottle, chair, fist, pen knife or shovel. Actually, anything from a rolled up newspaper to a nuclear bomb can be considered a weapon, if used to for the purpose of offensive and defensive attack

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"Weapon" is in the UNSPSC Code "15121522"
  Weapon lubricating oils
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Biological weapon (Biological weapon refers to a biological agent ...)
Chair (Chair is also known as seat is defined as a ...)

Weathering is described as the attack on glass surface by atmospheric elements.
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Weathering is described as the exposure of raw clay to natural elements which break down particle size and render the clay more plastic.
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Weathering is characterized as the destructive effects of air, wind, water or ice, by which rocks are changed in colour, texture, composition or form. Most weathering occurs at the surface, but it may take place deep under the surface as water and oxygen penetrates into rocks through joints.
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ICE (ICE is an acronym for internal-combustion engine ...)
Ice (ICE is an acronym for internal-combustion engine ...)

Weave is the pattern of interlacing of warp and weft in a woven fabric. Weaving is the process that produces fabric by interlacing warp and weft threads. It is the manufacturing of cloth by the interlacing of yarns.
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Book cloth (Book cloth is specially prepared cloth material ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): weavers
Welding sequence is described as the order and direction in which joints, welds or runs are made.
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Welding (Welding represents the joining of two workpieces ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): sequencers, sequences

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