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subheading

A subdivision of a heading used in the filing system (Part Two of the uniform system).
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Ross Guberman suggests assessing the quality of your headings and subheadings according to the following test: "Could a judge skim your headings and subheadings and know why you win?" Ross Guberman, Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation's Top Advocates 75 (2011).
* 21 CFR 111.55 (Requirements to implement a production and process control system)--This subheading never made it to the top 10 until 2017; now it is slowly becoming one of the top cited subheadings.
* Printed circuit assemblies of the goods of subheading 8504.40 or 8504.50 for telecommunication apparatus (8504.90.65)
The most frequently used safety-related subheading was "Complication" (38 records).
Each subheading is listed on the tab of a separate folder.
He added: "The subheading of the piece describes this as 'toast with tomato and basil topping'.
Regarding the remaining 1.9 billion, contrary to what was indicated in edition n[degrees]3833, this amount will not be drawn from three budget lines under Subheading 1a (competitiveness), but will fund these lines as follows: energy networks 1,176 billion (commitment) and 800 million (payment); carbon capture and storage 523 million and 250 million; European offshore wind energy network 281 million and 450 million.
The fourth chapter of this book has a subheading which reads, "For a new culture of human life".
Under these new classifications, thermal bonded roll goods are contained in USHTS subheading 5603.00.90.30.5; hydroentangled (wet and dry laid) fabrics under subheading 5603.00.90.50.0; spunbonded and melt blown fabrics under subheading 5603.00.90.70.6; chemically bonded and air laid fabrics under subheading 5603.00.90.90.2 and stitch bonded fabrics under USHTS subhead 6002.43.00.20.0.
The amounts will basically be drawn from three budget lines under Subheading 1a (competitiveness).
These fields represent Subheading 1a of the financial framework ( Competitiveness for growth and employment').
The CN also gives essential information to customs authorities which allows them to monitor external trade flows.Throughout the year, numerous Council Regulations are constantly creating, deleting or modifying CN subheadings. For example, the Council of Ministers adopted a Regulation on 25 May that changed the CN subheading for polyurethane condoms in order to exempt them from tariff duties.