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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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LED devices: four commercially available, six emerging;
Intentional ablation of vestibular function using commercially available topical gentamicin-betamethasone eardrops in patients with Meniere's disease: Further evidence for topical eardrop ototoxicity.
However, some provide the ability to use commercially available packages, such as PATRAN, ANSYS or ABAQUS.
D-Wave Systems is a privately held company focused on building commercially viable quantum computer systems designed to solve complex problems that lie beyond the capabilities of conventional computing technology.
The X-34 program had great potential to demonstrate critical technologies for NASA while being commercially profitable for the industry partnership.
A commercially available single ended recuperative gas burner was identified which could operate as an immersed tube burner at the desired heat output.
coli or other bacteria that might be used for commercially mass-producing the enzyme.
the ENDEAVOR III and ENDEAVOR IV randomized, controlled trials comparing Endeavor against both of the DES products commercially available in the United States
Already many are used commercially to lure pests to a trap or to confuse pests by attracting them to a bait rather than a mate.
AGI) has released STK 8, the latest version of its commercially available software for analysis of land, sea, air, and space assets.
Use of the microbially produced bovine growth hormone appears to be commercially feasible, but some argue that increased milk production is not economically desirable in the United States.
SMTS Proves Itself as Highest Quality Commercially Available Software

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