- engaged in transporting passengers or goods for profit.
- civilian and public, as distinguished from military or private.
- a low-quality grade of beef between standard and utility.
- a cut of beef of this grade.
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It was, however, a colossal flop—critically and commercially—with Lynch later regretting sacrificing final cut.Doomed Passion Projects of Hollywood: The Lost Classics of Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock, and More
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Or, as Behr puts it, “No else is as commercially unrealistic as us.”This Book Will Change the Way You Eat
December 19, 2013
Historical Examples of commercially
Commercially it is often made from franklinite in the following way.An Elementary Study of Chemistry
I look at this commercially, as a question of demand and supply.The Crusade of the Excelsior
Commercially it is one of the most important ports of Europe.Commercial Geography
Jacques W. Redway
Commercially the term borax is sometimes applied to all these materials.The Economic Aspect of Geology
C. K. Leith
It was doing him injury morally, socially, commercially, that he was sure of.Jennie Gerhardt
"an advertisement broadcast on radio or TV," 1935, from commercial (adj.).