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  • v. Present participle of commercialise.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The Institute will conduct research, collaborate with businesses, identify opportunities for social and economic benefit, assist in commercialising research and help Government stimulate demand through procurement.

    From Science of the Machine to Science of the Web « Beki's Blog (there's an original name)

  • Sometimes companys themselves * are* experiments, such as Cygnus and RedHat experimenting in commercialising Open Source software.

    Mozilla Gets Freaky - Freakonomics Blog -

  • The rationale for "commercialising" enterprises such as the SABC, SAA, Transnet, Denel and Sentech was to improve their efficiency by running them along business lines and subjecting them to market disciplines.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

  • He was talking in particular about "commercialising" refreshed evergreen article topics: "We write '

    Case Study: Newspapers Writing For Search Trends? - Yahoo! Finance

  • Telegrams arrived at the British embassy in Washington from other Muslim groups pointing out that commercialising the name was "extremely offensive".

    Gems from National Archives unearthed after the 30-year rule

  • When it comes to commercialising her own privacy, her success has been unparalleled – but the cost, she admits, has been considerable, and includes the breakup of her marriage to Andre.

    Katie Price: 'People think I'm not normal'

  • They also face on-going critique for being either too populist or too elitist, too willing to be sucked in by contemporary artists or berated for not buying artists while they were unknown and cheap, for not providing public access to their entire collections and for not commercialising enough content.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • He married the daughter of a Canadian bootlegger who made a fortune during Prohibition, and he directed the Ricard company, which, after commercialising absinthe, a forbidden alcohol, won respectability by converting to the sales of another alcohol based on liquorice (anisette).

    sarkozy – cia – rothschilds – mafia

  • Mechthild Schmidt leapt on someone she thought might be commercialising Teen Sl, when I read the post as indicating that a bright teenager was using Teen SL to rehearse his life as an adult;

    Archive 2007-05-20

  • Today's report also warns that 'without careful policy-making, targeted public investment and a supportive institutional architecture, the flow of creativity worth commercialising may begin to slow'.

    Archive 2007-06-01


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