Department of Commerce

  1. the United States federal department that promotes and administers domestic and foreign trade (including management of the census and the patent office); created in 1913
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How To Use Department of Commerce In A Sentence

  • Appear afore - mentioned problems, can complain to door of Department of Commerce.
  • Department of Commerce Ranked 55 industry sectors by their level of IT intensiveness. Stephen's Lighthouse: Learning to Change
  • The first example was rolled out in May 1933 and the Department of Commerce extensively tested the machine but it was finally certificated to carry only six passengers.
  • Department of Commerce records show at least 48 businesses affiliated with the Kingston family.
  • In short, a wide range of eligible entities will compete for grants and loans through a bidding process managed by the Department of Commerce's NTIA and the Rural Utilities Service ( "RUS") of the Department of Agriculture. Xchange magazine Articles
  • Vidal's boss at the Department of Commerce, because the bureau of air commerce was at -- was a subdepartment in the Department of East to the Dawn: The Life of Amelia Earhart
  • State Department of Commerce and Insurance spokesman Chris Garrett said Monday that some staffers worked through the weekend and still were "busily" taking calls. The Memphis Daily News
  • State Department of Commerce and Insurance spokesman Chris Garrett said Monday that some of the office staff worked through the weekend and is still "busily" taking calls. Kingsport Times News - Daily 5
  • HGMP) is proud to announce its acquisition of Connected Lyfe, Inc., a Utah corporation, and the filing of a "dba" as "LYFE Communications, Inc." with the Utah Department of Commerce, pending that name change, which will be submitted to its shareholders in an Information Statement. Marketwire - Breaking News Releases
  • China's Ministry of Information Industry and the US Department of Commerce jointly held Sino-US International Seminar on Y2K Problem on March 31 this year and achieved a great success.
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