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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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In the last six months 25% fewer Linux developers believe that support is the biggest advantage a commercial version of Linux has over a non-commercial version.
Current supporters of our community project and customers of our commercial version due in March will also benefit from the same Arkeia protection.
Additional capabilities found in the commercial version are transient simulation, coupled thermal analysis, parametric modeling and automated equivalent circuit generation.
When Welge first decided to develop a commercial version of his group's Data to Knowledge (D2K) tool suite, he turned to the University of Illinois Office of Technology Management, which works with university researchers to commercialize the technologies they develop, and to IllinoisVENTURES, which helps university start-ups secure seed funding and recruit executive talent.
These commercial versions are most often sold as regional products and poured in local bars and restaurants.
He adds that the company plans to package commercial versions of the battery in sealed canisters.
HMS is the exclusive federal distributor for the commercial versions of the EZ-IO Emergency Vascular Access products.
Each arm of the chamber wafted either plain air or one of three types of fragrance sources: live drone larvae, the larval extracts or commercial versions of the 10 compounds.
We will now replace these earlier models being tested with later-generation commercial versions and, in the near future, distribute approximately one hundred additional later-generation models to a large number of leading cardiologists, hospitals, clinics and research institutions who have expressed an interest in using and testing our heart monitor with the ultimate objective of purchasing the product.

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