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||SECTION D — TEXTILES; PAPER
In this section, the following terms are used with the meanings indicated:[2014.01]
"fibre" means a relatively-short, elongated member of natural or man-made material; "filament" means an endless or quasi-endless, elongated member of natural or man-made material; "yarn" means a unitary assembly of fibres, usually produced by spinning; "thread" means an assembly of yarns or filaments, usually produced by twisting; "synthetic" fibres or filaments means fibres or filaments or the like manufactured from synthesising polymers or small molecules. Examples are polyamide, acrylic, polyester or carbon fibres; "artificial" fibres or filaments means fibres or filaments or the like manufactured by man from natural polymers or their derivatives. Examples are regenerated cellulosic fibres or semi-synthetic fibres; "man-made” fibres or filaments means fibres or filaments which are manufactured by man including “synthetic” or “artificial” fibres.