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Sentence count:19Posted:2017-12-13Updated:2017-12-13
Similar words: commercialismcommercializecommercializedcommercializationcommercialcommerciallycommercial lawcommercial loanMeaning: v. make commercial. 
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1 Rock'n'roll has become so commercialised and safe since punk.
2 Production of Dunlop cheese has now been commercialised in creameries and is confined almost exclusively to the islands of Arran and Islay.
3 This might explain Shell's reluctance to commercialise or even patent the reaction.
4 The bishop has complained about commercialised money-making projects in the past.
5 Commercialised farms that do rely on labour frequently use seasonal labour.
6 Efforts to commercialise the Russian space programme have met with little success.
7 Additionally,( many organisations use widgets to directly commercialise syndicated services; you can set up a widget to require a license key before it functions.
8 This too could boost Japanese firms, which helped commercialise LED technology but now struggle against low-cost makers in China and South Korea.
9 The bill seeks to help publicly-funded researchers commercialise their research, and would enable scientists in publicly-funded organisations to keep 30 per cent of the net profit from patented work.
10 Importantly, they may be easier to commercialise than other alternatives because they can be stored and distributed using existing infrastructure.
11 Many of the ranchers themselves see all this tourism as a cheeky attempt to commercialise a real and vanishing culture.
12 Johnson Matthey's Cerene glaze formulation has enabled Inax to commercialise a new series of high gloss, super white tile glazes.
13 A more immediate concern is the danger that a monumental scientific advance could be commercialised.
14 A number of companies are working with Dr Humphreys to commercialise the process.
15 Ask yourself why people might say what they do — does the lead researcher own a company planning to commercialise the technology?
16 In May Intel, an American chip giant (co-founded, as it happens, by Dr Moore), announced plans to commercialise a technological fix of this sort under the marketing name "Tri-Gate".
17 The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has been patenting new findings regardless of whether or not it plans to commercialise its them, says its chief of patents.
18 In Egypt, SabryCorp, is working with the Desert Research Institute and the Ministries of Agriculture and Research to commercialise novel nanofiltration systems.
19 The Indian government is to discuss a draft bill allowing government-sponsored researchers to patent and commercialise their work — but the legislation is generating heated debate amongst scientists.
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