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Not having a commercial objective; not intended to make a profit:‘a non-commercial radio station’
- ‘A real Digital Britain strategy would seek to change the law to legalise noncommercial, transformative use.’
- ‘The law required satellite TV services to reserve at least 4 percent of their programming capacity for noncommercial, educational channels.’
- ‘My offense seems to have been spreading noncommercial messages in a capitalist environment.’
- ‘Tax incentives should be created to aid in the development of new, community-based, noncommercial broadcasting outlets.’
- ‘One of his future projects, however, includes making a non-commercial art film.’
- ‘Antarctica has been visited only by expeditions with primarily scientific or other non-commercial objectives.’
- ‘They permit a creator to authorize some noncommercial use without giving copyright away completely.’
- ‘For strictly non-commercial use of the software, you may prefer to license the software under the non-commercial use license.’
- ‘The needs of non-commercial research were considered only at a late stage.’
- ‘Permission is granted to distribute text or graphics only with proper attribution for non-commercial purposes only.’
- ‘Microsoft also promised not to sue open source developers who distribute non-commercial implementations of Microsoft software.’
- ‘Some noncommercial efforts to design more general databases merit particular mention; three of the most promising are described next.’
- ‘The governor allowed some non-commercial instincts to prevail where business was not opposed.’
- ‘Most of the tools mentioned are free for non-commercial use.’
- ‘Its non-commercial placement cell helps its students by tapping job opportunities in leading companies.’
- ‘Much like the early days of browsing, most work on the web was non-commercial.’
- ‘There were many nice non-commercial displays of minerals to view at the Convention Center.’
- ‘This has been due to commercial content on programming submitted for our non-commercial channels.’
- ‘The decision stated that the Mohawks of Akwesasne have the Aboriginal right to carry non-commercial goods across the border without paying duty.’
- ‘You should have a minimum of three years work experience with managerial responsibilities, gained from commercial or non-commercial organisations.’
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