Of or pertaining to commerce; carrying on or occupied with commerce or trade; mercantile; as, commercial advantages; commercial relations.
A utility's consumers that are non-manufacturing business establishments, including hotels, motels, restaurants, wholesale businesses, retail stores, and health, social, and educational institutions. The utility may classify commercial service as all consumers whose demand or annual use exceeds some specified limit. The limit may be set by the utility based on the rate schedule of the utility.
A type of property used for business or public access Utiliteitsbouw
General term for the most common style of business envelopes. Used for most correspondence and billing, the most popular being the #10 regular. Commercials are open side envelopes, with or without windows. See our Business Envelopes pages for a complete selection of commercial envelopes in all sizes.
Descriptive term for 'business' users.
A broad term which covers areas of law which have relevance to the business and commercial worlds. These are drawn primarily from contract and property law.
Adjective used to signify a business activity, regardless of whether that activity has been undertaken by an individual or business.
Pertaining to business; done with a profit motive. see also Uniform Commercial Code.
Land use that is primarily for businesses may include shopping, restaurants, gas stations etc.
Vehicle was registered for business purposes.
occupied or engaged in commerce or business Minnehaha: The Big Cover-Up
Provides coverage for liability, physical damage, and other exposures for automobiles owned or leased by businesses, partnerships, or organizations.
Business For Sale
General term for the most common style of business envelopes. Open side, diagonal seams, with or without windows.
A commercial firm works for businesses. The type of business may vary from firm to firm and could include PLCs, owner managed businesses (OMBs) and small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). The legal issues are generally internal matters for the business such as share issues, Company Director's rights and company secretarial work. Commercial lawyers may also be called upon to offer advice to entrepreneurs for their start-up businesses.
Vehicles that are integral to a business. These dedicated "work" vehicles make businesses run. In many cases, these vehicles are modified to enhance their ability to better serve their owners. Plumbers, construction workers, or delivery drivers, for example, sometimes need a vehicle that is specially equipped for their day-to-day business operations. The volume requirements of commercial customers varies dramatically. Some customers, such as tradespeople, operate one vehicle at a time. However, other customers, operate several thousand vehicles.
A photo primarily intended for commercial (i.e., business) purposes. See the Catalog and Advertising entries for examples.
see also Banks; Central Business Districts; Department Stores; Office Buildings; Shopping Centers and Malls; Stores and Storefronts Craftsman: see Arts and Crafts
General term for the most common style of business envelopes. Open Side usually with diagonal seams.
Small standard size open side envelope with diagonal seam, or two side seams.
Refers to a firm in the actual business of growing, mining, processing or otherwise bona fide commercial activity for a commodity market. This compares to Funds or Speculators.
Indicates the presence of a high proportion of business and public organisations within a postcode
The commercial sector is generally defined as non-manufacturing business establishments, including hotels, motels, restaurants, wholesale businesses, retail stores, and health, social, and educational institutions. The utility may classify commercial service as all consumers whose demand or annual use exceeds some specified limit. The limit may be set by the utility based on the rate schedule of the utility.
Commercial loans are loans for businesses. A commercial secured loan would be a type of mortgage secured on non residential building. Semi-commercial buildings for example would be a pub that has residential rooms upstairs.
used to describe the business activities of trading and buying or selling goods.
Commercial activities relate to trade or business. Judicial cooperation at EU level aims to facilitate the commercial activities of EU citizens across borders. (See Judicial co-operation in civil matters, European judicial network, Mutual recognition)
Relates to or is connected with trade and traffic or commerce in general; is occupied with business and commerce.
Pertaining to incentives available to owners of businesses that may be housed in buildings or structures other than homes.
The most commonly used envelope style. It is an open side with diagonal seams. Available as a regular or a window envelope.
We distinguish between floors installed for commercial and residential use, especially for the warranty. A location is considered commercial if it is open to the public or is a place of work. A residential location is one where people live. In commercial locations, floors are subjected to heavier traffic. Mirage offers a collection of commercial-use floors called Mirage Commercial.
Product intended for non-residential applications such as schools, hospitals, etc.
A classification of real estate that includes income-producing properties such as office buildings, gasoline stations, restaurants, shopping centers, hotels and motels, and parking lots. Commercial property usually must be zoned for business purposes