Unprocessed timber

Unprocessed timber means:
(1) Any logs except those of utility grade or below, such as sawlogs, peeler logs, and pulp logs;
(2) Cants or squares to be subsequently remanufactured exceeding eight and three-quarters (8 3/4) inches in thickness;
(3) Split or round bolts, or other roundwood not processed to standards and specifications suitable for end product use.

Source

43 CFR § 5400.0-5


Scoping language

Except as the context may otherwise indicate, as the terms are used in parts 54005490 of this chapter and in contracts issued thereunder:

Is this correct? or