- v. present participle of commercialize.
“Through three new Space Act agreements, NASA is expanding cooperation with companies interested in commercializing access to space.”
“‘Pink fatigue’A growing number of women complain of "pink fatigue" and are uncomfortable with the idea of commercializing breast cancer, says Gayle Sulik, author of the new book Pink Ribbon Blues.”
“The challenge of transporting voice over the networks arose as an imperative to support certain very sensitive voice commands like “drop the bomb”, but the idea of commercializing packet voice did not occur to anyone until the arrival of Lior and Alon.”
“Montreal's new police chief is backing away from the idea of commercializing the force.”
“Montreal's new police chief, Marc Parent, is backing away from the idea of commercializing the force and wants to focus on street-gang activity, community policing, labour issues and allegations of racial profiling during his tenure.”
“So it's reasonable to cry foul at the idea of commercializing despair.”
“Yet again we get the unstated assumption that "commercializing" something makes it "better.”
“I think sometimes, we as Americans or even Canadians are caught up in the "commercializing" of Christianity.”
“After a few conversations, it became clear that "commercializing" a technology can be viewed quite differently.”
“- 19bama is not capable of "commercializing" space.”
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