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.
an ad on television or radio.
An audio or video advertising announcement, usually presented on television, radio or in a movie theater. Visit our creative portfolio to see some of the celebrated commercials MJM has produced.
Refers to the broadcast time purchased for the commercial. Also known as Spot and Occasion.
a commercially sponsored ad on radio or television
For profit. Also, paid announcements produced for targeted audiences to sell products or ideas. The economic force that finances commercial media.
a production designed to sell," says Dr
Commercial activity involves the use of applications that have been purchased from other organizations such as value added resellers of Caché, other third party software producers that require Caché, or other educational institutions that sell their own applications developed on Caché technology.
(1) A carcass grade of cattle. (2) Livestock that are not registered or pedigreed by a registry (e.g., breed) association.
one of the lower USDA grade designations for beef; usually sold as ground meat.
of the kind or quality used in commerce; average or inferior; "commercial grade of beef"; "commercial oxalic acid"
Commercial farming is the growing of crops or rearing of animals for sale and to make profit. agriculture
release—a release of a genetically modified organism permitted under section C of Directive 90/220/EEC. Anyone throughout the Community is able to purchase, grow, sell and process the crop
Category of gas customers whose establishments consist of services, manufacturing nondurable goods, dwellings not classified as residential, and farming (agriculture).
a product assignment and should help students -- individually or in groups -- rethink, use, and extend what they have learned
market - Manufacture and sale of product for use away from the home. Products are purchased by the case from a catalog, rather than from a display shelf. Storage space is often at a premium. Embossing patterns must be designed to accommodate this.
An entity involved in the production, processing, or merchandising of a commodity.