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not connected with or engaged in commercial enterprises

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Essentially, FedEx Office was simply reproducing Great Minds' materials, which were to be used for noncommercial purposes by the school district that had licensed them.
4,Noncommercial radio and television stations will need to continue toprovide a unique FCC Registration Number (FRN) generated by the Commission Registration System (CORES) for each attributable interest holder when filingFCC Form 323-E, the Ownership Report for Noncommercial Broadcast Stations.
The analysts at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) who create the country's National Health Expenditure (NHE) projections now believe that noncommercial U.
A plurality (less than a majority of the Supreme Court) held that the ordinance violated the First Amendment because it allowed commercial speech but prohibited noncommercial speech and discriminated among types of noncommercial speech it allowed.
Doe names Afghanistan as the defendant and asserts subject matter jurisdiction under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act's ("FSIA") noncommercial tort exception.
Also, property owners in business districts will still be able to put up political signs on their property without having those signs, considered noncommercial speech, lumped together with the total area of the commercial signs they have for their business.
Rolling Stone LLC that Rolling Stone's editorial content was noncommercial and thus protected speech, noting the magazine has no financial interest in the companies that purchase its advertising and that "there is no legal precedent for converting noncommercial speech into commercial speech merely based on its proximity to the latter.
messages nor privilege commercial messages over noncommercial ones.
The learning edition, however, restricts users to non-commercial applications through the display of a watermark on images as well as through the use of a special noncommercial file format.
The appeals court held that a general ban on the receipt of clippings from noncommercial sources violated the prisoner's First Amendment right to receive information, but that the district court injunction was overly broad and violated the Prison Litigation Reform Act (PLRA.
This rise was attributable to the steady increase in commercial trade including business-based transactions and processing trade, and noncommercial trade in humanitarian aid and construction materials and equipment required to build railways/roads in North Korea.
Nancy Berkoff, RD, EdD, CCE, presented several hands-on workshops about enhancing vegetarian menus for noncommercial facilities, such as schools, universities, health care, business, and industry.
A panel of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) demanded Monday that nonprofit organizations (NPOs) be excluded from the government's proposed taxation plan for noncommercial institutions, LDP lawmakers said.
The newspaper reported that Wildmon is taking advantage of a federal law that allows noncommercial broadcasters with licenses to operate full-power stations to push broadcasters with weaker signals off the airwaves.
An article in the March 4 edition of Arkansas Business incorrectly stated that it would be one of the largest Christian noncommercial stations in the country, but there are many larger AM stations.