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commercial

(of goods, chemicals, etc.) of unrefined quality or presentation and produced in bulk for use in industry

commercial

Buying and selling; business; commerce. See commercial version.
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Commercial republics, like ours, will never be disposed to waste themselves in ruinous contentions with each other.
Have there not been as many wars founded upon commercial motives since that has become the prevailing system of nations, as were before occasioned by the cupidity of territory or dominion?
One day during the prevalence of the excitement Saylor presented himself at the office of the Commercial for orders.
He left the house, the door yielding easily to his hand, and walked to the Commercial office.
If my father had consulted his means, I should have been sent to a cheap commercial academy; but he had to consult his relationship to Lady Malkinshaw; so I was sent to one of the most fashionable and famous of the great public schools.
Raffles, both of which seemed to have a stale odor of travellers' rooms in the commercial hotels of that period.
The ancients well understood the utility of a communication between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean for their commercial affairs: but they did not think of digging a canal direct, and took the Nile as an intermediate.
The French merchant at his trading post, in these primitive days of Canada, was a kind of commercial patriarch.
To those who do not view the question through the medium of passion or of interest, the desire of the commercial States to collect, in any form, an indirect revenue from their uncommercial neighbors, must appear not less impolitic than it is unfair; since it would stimulate the injured party, by resentment as well as interest, to resort to less convenient channels for their foreign trade.
I think the above would be about the style of the commercial report.
And in this connection it is well to bear in mind that whatever other sins the South may be called to bear, when it comes to business, pure and simple, it is in the South that the Negro is given a man's chance in the commercial world, and in nothing is this Exposition more eloquent than in emphasizing this chance.
He produced from the box five or six plump little books, bound in commercial calf and vellum, and each fitted comfortably with its own little lock.