Wheat is described as the major cereal crop grown in many countries overall the world. Wheat falls into two categories: hard, generally suitable for milling (flour) ; and soft, usually used for distilling animal feed and biscuit making.

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"Wheat" is in the NAICS Code "111140"
  (Wheat FarmingWheat farming, field and seed production)


"Wheat" is in the CPC Code "0111"
  Wheat and meslin

"Wheat" is in the HS Code "1001"
  Wheat And Meslin.

"Wheat" is in the UNSPSC Code "10151601"
  Wheat seeds
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Wheelchair standards revolve around the terms, definitions, design requirements, performance requirements, test methods and disclosure requirements of wheelchairs that are agreed upon and formalized by a national or international standards organization.
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Wheeled carry-on approved refers to a luggage which will meet most airline requirements for luggage allowed onto an airplane; small enough to fit under the seat or in the overhead bin. Standard size is 22 x 14 x 9"
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Wheelie refers to the balancing on the two rear wheels of a manual wheelchair. This skill is useful for dealing with obstacles such as curbs or uneven surfaces like ramps or hills.
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Whey is described as the liquid part of milk remaining after separation of the curd in cheesemaking.

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"Whey" is in the HS Code "0404.10"
  - - Whey and modified whey, whether or not concentrated or containing added sugar or other sweetening matter
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Dairy -based drinks, flavoured and/or fermented (e.g., chocolate milk, cocoa, eggnog,
White goods refers to the generic name for obsolete household appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, etc.
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Wholesaler is characterized as a person importing or causing to be imported into the state or purchasing or causing to be purchased within the state alcoholic liquor for sale or resale to retailers licensed under the act.
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Wide-angle lens is a term that can refer to:

In still photography, a camera device which controls the coverage. Normal viewing is filmed through 50mm lenses while wide-angles usually begin at 35mm

In cinematography, and still photography, the lens itself is shorter yielding a shorter focal length and providing a broader field of vision. This type of lens is often used in cover or establishing shots.
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