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Synonyms for commercial

Synonyms for commercial

a commercially sponsored ad on radio or television

connected with or engaged in or sponsored by or used in commerce or commercial enterprises

of the kind or quality used in commerce

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With such extensive application, commercial versions of the products were an obvious next step.
The company said the ASCI White computer, which is 30,000 times faster than the average personal computer, is a commercial version of a machine sold to the US Department of Energy last month to simulate nuclear weapons tests.
ViaCrypt, the commercial version of PGP, can be purchased at your local computer software store.
Free 24/7 technical support is available for all commercial versions.
Meanwhile, Paulson has also come out with the commercial version of its Decoupled Molding course, for which a demo CD was already available.
The new software offers engineering students many of the latest simulation capabilities for vibration analysis, material failure characterization, tire modeling, and visualization that were made available earlier this year in the commercial version of ABAQUS Version 6.
A commercial version of a proprietary wood-fiber extrusion process is being jointly developed by Davis-Standard Corp.
But she expects that within tow or three years a commercial version, perhaps only the size of a thick paperback book, could be available.
Choice two is a free and commercial version of Shavlik NetChk Analyzer, Shavlik's full featured command line patch management product that provides a seamless upgrade for Microsoft MBSA 1.
In addition to the military's field testing of the XX25, UltraCell is now accepting lead beta site customers in critical markets for testing a commercial version, the UC25(TM).
net) of Princeton has received a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the National Institutes of Health and National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM) to develop and test a commercial version of its Medical Emergency Disaster Response Network (MEDRN).
The final commercial version will be priced between $200 and $300 -- or free for contributors of good filters -- and is planned for release this fall.
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