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- adj. Not engaged in commerce.
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- adj. not connected with or engaged in commercial enterprises. Opposite of
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- adj. not connected with or engaged in commercial enterprises
OK, $1 to $1.5 billion in what we call noncommercial copying of movies for family and friends.
Distinction between commercial and noncommercial is also increasingly fraught.
Lee: Another proposal, Parchomovsky and Goldman — more detailed safe harbors, like 10 seconds of video in noncommercial work.
Fans working in noncommercial spaces, often with limited cultural capital (though subcultural capital may be available to them), say the same things — writing is like a drug.
Q: Do you have an institutional policy on the use of your member companies 'music in noncommercial fan-films made from video-games?
"It's part of keeping our integrity that our journalism remain noncommercial, and we're not engaged in advocacy in any way," Dvorkin explained.
"It's part of keeping our integrity that our journalism remain noncommercial, and we're not engaged in advocacy in any way,"
So-called noncommercial oil traders, which include players such as hedge funds, have been reversing once-bullish bets.
The first was that it involved what the court characterized as a noncommercial activity, and that was the possession of a firearm.
It was, moreover, strikingly noncommercial, which is not to say that it had a true disdain for matters of commerce, but that it looked that way with its ornate logo, the flat, greyish matte of its paper, and the un orthodoxy of its layout giving it a deceptive similarity to the