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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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Together, the combination of Commercially Retail and Market Track will not only provide an expansion of capabilities in Australia and New Zealand, but will also provide an opportunity to extend Market Track's sales reach into other Asia markets.
That ISPs may not act in a commercially unreasonable manner to harm the Internet, including favoring the traffic from an affiliated entity.
Campaigners (myself included) have pledged to continue to challenge the redactions, as the blacked-out, hidden-from-view bits will, no doubt, be spurious - not commercially sensitive, but rather commercially and publicly embarrassing for Capita and Birmingham City Council.
The researchers warned that commercially imported bumblebees could interact with wild bees and honeybees, spreading disease by visiting the same flowers as the other species.
A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF ARTICLE 9 AND THE COMMERCIALLY REASONABLE STANDARD
Developer of the super capacitor driven BriteFlash mobile phones power architecture CAP-XX Limited (LSE:CPX) has commercially launched its first super capacitor driven smart phone, the company reported on Wednesday.
CystiCran is the most concentrated commercially available cranberry extract, with a guaranteed minimum content of 30% proanthocyanidins (PACs).
About 46 tcf of these are thought to be commercially recoverable, accounting for roughly a quarter of Indonesia's total commercially recoverable gas reserves.
Such furnaces have been commercially available for many years and fuel is readily available.
Dear Editor, I note your report that one of the train operating companies claims that a certain service (Walsall to Wolverhampton) is "not commercially viable".
STEWART Milne have unveiled plans for the UK's most commercially viable "green" home.
"The execution of this contract is the second significant development milestone for our insulin program, following on our announcement this past July of successfully achieving commercially viable levels of insulin accumulation in safflower.

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