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Figure 4-6.—Master Cross-Reference List (MCRL), Parts I and II. Reference numbers having too many characters to permit complete listing on one line in the 16-character field are considered long reference numbers and are continued, indented one space, on the next line or lines. Since  January  1980,  seven  basic  elements  of information  were  included  in  the  MCRL.  Each microfiche  includes  two  similar  sets  of  data.  The information  is  presented  as  follows Reference Number—A number, other than an activity stock number, used to identify an item of  production. Commercial   and   Government   Entity—The applicable  manufacturers  assigned  five-digit code as listed in the cataloging Handbook H4-2. National Stock Number—The NSN assigned to the  reference  number. Reference   Number   Variation   Code-A   code indicating whether the reference number is item identifying   or   requires   additional   data   to correctly identify the item of supply. Reference Number Category Code—A code that designates   the   relationship   of   a   reference number to the item of supply. Description Available—Description available/not  available. Item Name—Nomenclature of the item. For a more complete description of the above titles and their codes, refer to the NAVSUP P-4000. LIST OF ITEMS REQUIRING SPECIAL HANDLING  (LIRSH) The LIRSH is published to identify items which require special handling. This is a reference publication 4-10

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