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Commercial

1. Describing a company or other organization that produces, transports, or sells a commodity.

2. An advertisement, especially one broadcast on television. See also: Marketing.
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Subsequently, the Commercial Agent filed a complaint before the Commercial Agencies Committee, whereby the same appointed an expert panel to investigate the said infringing parties.
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Darren McArdle, 38, from Stanley in County Durham joins Swinton Commercial as commercial account executive.
* Acquisition financing for $402,500 for one commercial condominium unit located in Bronxville, NY.
Scott Carson to lead Boeing Commercial Airplanes as Mulally departs for Ford.
"In the university environment, you're never going to outlaw open source," says Jeff Ernst, vice president of marketing at FatWire Software, a maker of a commercial CMS product.
A terrain-walk in Kuwait is planned for SDDC's commercial partners to help them understand the complexities and physical security environment of moving sustainment equipment.
Barnes Municipal Airport, Mass., DSN 636-9200, commercial (413) 568-9151.
Chapter 2, "The Poetics of Antislavery," surveys works by 15 poets--Anna Letitia Barbauld, Joel Barlow, William Cowper, Thomas Day, Theodore Dwight, Bryan Edwards, Philip Freneau, David Humphreys, Hannah More, Thomas Morris, William Roscoe, William Shenstone, John Singleton, Phillis Wheatley, and Ann Yearsley--whose verse makes use of what Gould names "the language of commercial exchange." Gould's particular engagement is with how the poetry fashions a "troubling equivalence between 'civilized' and 'savage' societies," portraying the barbarously uncivilized trader as a marker of the potential fall of a presumably enlightened society, whose institutions accommodate savage values.
For the four quarters ending June 30, 2004, sales volume generated with Visa commercial cards in LAC surpassed the US$ 2 billion-mark.
This higher rate of chronic HBV infection among commercial sex workers (23.3%) is of concern, particularly in a country with an estimated 4.58 million persons infected with HIV.
Congress passed the Commercial Space Act of 1998 in the hope of jump-starting commercial development by requiring the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to buy "space-based and airborne Earth remote sensing data, services, distribution, and applications from a commercial provider." The 1998 act also removed the ban on private carriers' bringing back payloads and vehicles from space.

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