Moreover, it seems clear--as Lizbeth Cohen argues in The Making of a New Deal--that one of the most significant consequences of the rise of commercialized
leisure in the early twentieth century was the ways in which it broke down boundaries among different ethnic groups.
The implant will be used in the remaining clinical program and the commercialized
From the origins of its business in 1949, BTG has commercialized
major innovations such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), recombinant factor IX blood-clotting protein, Campath(R) (alemtuzumab) and Multi Level Cell (MLC) memory.
 This climate, in which Americans feared the impact of corporate centralization and perceived a cooperative complicity among economic interests, was the context for urban reformers' concern that ruthless profit-mongers had extended their control to yet another business: "commercialized
This Noryl ETX line, which is to be commercialized
shortly, boasts some cost-performance advantages over vinyl esters and epoxies.
* Nova has commercialized
new ultra-low-pentane technology that helps EPS molders meet environmental regulations on VOCs.
The first, commercialized
in 1998, used its own scavenging material.
Probably the first was an extruded pencil commercialized
in the early 1970s by the Empire Co.
GE Plastics has commercialized
one grade, Noryl GTX 990EP, for electrostatic painting of automotive parts and plans to develop additional grades in the next year.
Dow Coming Corp., Midland, Mich., recently commercialized
Silastic 7-6860 medical-grade liquid silicone rubber for injection molding, which features a high durometer (60 Shore A) and reportedly superior tear strength.