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- n. the act of commercializing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the act or process of making something commercial in character. See commercialize.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Conversion to commercial character or uses: as, the commercialization of the military railways of India or Russia.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of commercializing something; involving something in commerce
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Changing this is radical reform and unlikely as powerful lobbies -- mostly the communist parties -- in parliament are opposed to what they call the commercialization of education.
Seventeen of Italy's 19 superintendents of archaeological sites signed a letter protesting what they call the commercialization of Italy's cultural heritage.
Mugs made for the anniversary were taken off the shelf after a regional Hindu fundamentalist group protested what it called commercialization of the attacks.
One relates to commercialization, that is to say of our products to world markets and locally.
Connected to the debate over commercialization: is there a spider at the center of the web?
The lack of commercialization is disturbing. common sense
Rocketry, space exploration and commercialization is about hard nosed engineering and large sustaining budgets.
Mr. Skraban's experience in commercialization of diagnostics and therapeutics based on genetic discoveries is a key asset to our Centers mission.
Because such packaging of research results is usually done by private firms, this stage in the technology-development process is called commercialization.
We are now fully prepared to support the near-term commercialization of Prelude for the topical delivery of 4% lidocaine cream through our partner, Ferndale Pharma Group.