How to use commerce in a sentence

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There is a need too for teachers of English and vocational skills like farming, commerce and bee-keeping.
We have changed our lives in astounding ways since civilization began, and yet commerce has remained a constant.
Waterborne commerce, vital to any archipelago, was conducted in crude sailing craft.
The Athenian mix of culture and commerce was as apparent in art as architecture.
Look, you sell a whole commerce idea and then basically say it would be better to use your eyes.
They are servants of the Government and do not become involved in commerce unless supporting official trade missions.
As tsar he wanted to apply western mercantilism to stimulate agriculture, industry and commerce.
The company also said the money raised would be mainly used to fund companies specialising in electronic commerce, semiconductors and software.
Universities and TAFEs use similar strategies to court links with industry and commerce.
Long-distance trade both east and west is well attested, as well as internal commerce in artefacts and foodstuffs.
It is no art, just a sad, quite sad, attempt at craft, clever and crude, for commerce.
The Khojas were all engaged either in retail trade or commerce, and doing well in both.
Although the Kyrgyz language is spoken in the home, most Kyrgyz also speak Russian, which is the language of business and commerce.
The chief commerce is in silk, which is carried on along the River and its numerous affluents and canals.
While still on the tree, the fruits burst open exposing the cotton like substance, which is the kapok of commerce.
The terrorists used civilian aircraft as kamikazes to blast American centers of commerce and destroy global symbols of American power.
The Letter of Law emphasized the importance of facilitating commerce and assisting merchants to develop their trading activities.
A member of the Party and a former commerce minister, he is considered an advocate of free-market policies.
Even the worst decisions are eventually assimilated into the culture of commerce.
Reid also emphasizes that kabakas did not exert much control over commerce since Ganda outside the capital traded relatively freely.
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