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Regulations of the Department of Agriculture under the United States Cotton Standards Act, regulations of the Department of Agriculture for classification for foreign growth cotton and cotton linters and United States Cotton Standards Act (Title 7, Ch. 1, Part 28, Sections 28.1-28.184 of the Code of Federal Regulations)



Regulations of the Department of Agriculture under the United States Cotton Standards Act, regulations of the Department of Agriculture for classification for foreign growth cotton and cotton linters and United States Cotton Standards Act (Title 7, Ch. 1, Part 28, Sections 28.1-28.184 of the Code of Federal Regulations)








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