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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of commercialise.

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Examples

  • We mean no disrepect to Liquidmetal's inventors or the team the commercialises this tougher-than-titanium substance, but what sort of arse gets excited by the fact that Apple has used this substance to make a widget uses to ping out a phone's SIM tray?

    The Register

  • He said EastPack had an important role in influencing the future direction of the industry to ensure that all growers benefited from an anticipated doubling in export volumes and trebling in export receipts in the next 15 years as ZESPRI commercialises new varieties.

    NZ On Screen

  • Debiopharm has licensed the marketing rights to Ipsen for all territories where Ipsen currently commercialises triptorelin.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • CFCL develops and commercialises fuel cell technology for the energy market.

    Star News Group

  • Functional Products Trading is the company that grows and commercialises Benexia chia Seed.

    NutraIngredients RSS

  • Solvay Pharmaceuticals commercialises Omacor (R) (licensed-in from Pronova BioPharma) in 35 countries throughout Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • In line with our move towards becoming a company that commercialises as well as develops cancer drugs, we have appointed Michael Lewis as a Non-Executive Director.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • We are beginning the transition from a company that develops cancer drugs into a company that both develops and commercialises its own products.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • BTG in-licenses, develops and commercialises pharmaceuticals and has a broad pipeline of development programmes targeting neurological and other disorders including varicose veins.

    BioSpace.com Featured News and Stories

  • A firm from Valencia became involved in the project and uses the machine to separate the seeds from the pomegranate and commercialises them.

    innovations-report

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