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commercial code

noun

  1. a telegraphic code designed to convey a message with a minimum number of words and thereby reduce toll costs.


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In due course a civil code, commercial code, code of civil procedure, and code of criminal procedure were issued.

“Commercial code pennant,” said he; and then he read out the flags beneath it.

Its celebrated commercial code, framed in the thirteenth century, obtained acceptance throughout Europe.

Assurance societies in Italy are subject to the general dispositions of the commercial code regarding commercial companies.

The commercial code of laws of the French nation had never been given to them.

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