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The tariff classification of a “candle” produced from cotton sailcloth embedded with bee wax, Kurkuma and other ingredients, for the treatment of ear problems, from Hungary.

The tariff classification of upholstery type flocked textile fabric, from Spain.

The tariff classification of three flocked “blackout liner” materials, for use in the manufacture of draperies, from Australia.

Denial of protest; classification of fabric with an application of starch sizing later to bemanufactured into abrasive cloth; 5209.31.6030; precluded from classification in heading 5907because finished with a normal dressing having an amylaceous substance; Note 5(d) to Chapter59; no substantiating evidence of an established and uniform practice.

The tariff classification of fabric grids, canvases painted with a design and dyed muslin backdrops from Canada

The tariff classification of a flocked, suede-like, fabric used as a wall covering material, from Germany.

The tariff classification of two coated textile fabrics, for use in the manufacture of ladies anaroks and pants, from China.

Revocation of NY H81427, dated August 15, 2001; Classification of Blackout Drapery Fabric

The tariff classification of three flocked textile fabrics, for use in the manufacture of draperies, from Pakistan.

The tariff classification of photographic backdrops from China and Korea

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