semicommercial

semicommercial

(ˌsɛmɪkəˈmɜːʃəl)
adj
(Marketing) of, relating to, or characterized by limited marketing of an experimental product
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The other awardees were Henry Orbito of Calinog, Iloilo province, as the outstanding dairy buffalo farmer (small hold category), Victoriano Dumale of Barangay Licaong, Science City of Munoz, as the outstanding buffalo farmer (family module), Samuel Mercader of San Jose City in the semicommercial category, and Emily Velasco, also of San Jose City, as the 'modelong Juana sa kalabawan (model woman in carabao dairying).
Work of this nature has contributed to the production of triploid scallops, clams, and mussels--some on at least a semicommercial scale (Beaumont & Fairbrother 1991, Nell 2002).
Digital culture has made this process more visible: New tools make it easier to grab hold of and remix media content; new circuits make it easier to share such content and have made that content more visible beyond our immediate circle of friends and family; and new industry structures have opened up more options between the totally amateur and the totally professional, with various flavors of semiprofessional and semicommercial content production gaining greater visibility than ever before (Jenkins, 2006).
Commercial and semicommercial farms, abattoirs, backyard flocks, and live bird markets located in different governorates are sampled on a monthly basis regardless of the presence of disease symptoms in poultry.
Traditional smallholder dairying alone, owing to certain inherent constraints, will not be able to fulfill the rising demand for milk and milk products and necessitates gradual transformation from traditional dairying to semicommercial or commercial dairying.
But children are not commodities and thus should not be objects of commercial or semicommercial transactions, for the sake to making adults happy.
One semicommercial demonstration plant was built in 1987-1989.
Agfa Graphics has announced new violet-laser newspaper platesetters designed to meet semicommercial needs.
In addition, semicommercial sol-gel coatings from Millidyne Ltd.
The present owners have run the property on a semicommercial basis in recent years and there is a strong demand for weekend guests, weddings and reunions.
If there is anything distinctive about recent developments within Western states, it lies less in the fact of "governing without government" than in the novelty of some of its forms--especially its extensive reliance on commercial and semicommercial enterprises--and its displacement of established, directly hierarchical, forms of state control.
But although there are 10 semicommercial game shoots on Anglesey,none have access to processing facilities.