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noncommercial

(ˌnɒnkəˈmɜːʃəl)
adj
(Commerce) not of, connected with, or involved in commerce: noncommercial organizations.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.noncommercial - not connected with or engaged in commercial enterprises
commercial - connected with or engaged in or sponsored by or used in commerce or commercial enterprises; "commercial trucker"; "commercial TV"; "commercial diamonds"
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The materials at issue are made available for free to the public (including school districts) under an open license for noncommercial use.
Blackburn on Tuesday (1/17) introduced a bill to direct the Commission "to revoke certain changes to the ownership reporting requirements for noncommercial educational broadcast stations.
The United States may be investing a little more on noncommercial medical research this year than government forecasters had originally expected.
The ordinance prohibits the church from posting temporary signs advertising its services for more than 12 hours, while other types of temporary noncommercial signs are allowed to stand for much longer durations -- even forever.
An intervention promoting the use of condoms among female sex workers in Mexico was successful in decreasing unprotected sex with clients, but not with steady noncommercial partners.
SECOND CIRCUIT DENIES AFGHANISTAN'S ATTEMPT TO LIMIT THE APPLICATION OF THE NONCOMMERCIAL TORT EXCEPTION OF THE FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITIES ACT, AS IT WOULD AMOUNT TO A REPUDIATION OF THE LAW
For general nonresidential and multifamily home uses in residential areas, the new regulations the total area allowed for freestanding signs with noncommercial speech could be no greater than 64 square feet, while the total area of wall signs could be no greater than 64 square feet or 2 percent of the building face, whichever is greater.
Rolling Stone argued that its editorial content, as noncommercial speech, was protected by the First Amendment.
First-place trophy winners by category: vehicles: Ehler's Construction; commercial float: True Value; horses or other animals: Bright Oak Meats; junior division marching units: Eastgate Kenpo Karate; senior division marching units: Willamette Leadership Academy; noncommercial junior floats: Springfield Lutheran Church; and noncommercial senior floats: Lane County Pomona Grange.
Among the male groups, travel away from home for more than one month in the past year was a strong independent determinant of both sex with female sex workers and noncommercial sex.
The first place noncommercial float decorated by a group under age 17 was by the Hart High School Associated Student Body, and the winner of the noncommercial float decorated by an adult group was by Friends of Hart Park.
Section 818 states that the exception for a commercial item does not apply to noncommercial modifications of a commercial item that are expected to cost, in the aggregate, more than $500,000 or 5 percent of the total price of the contract, whichever is greater.