Definition of Commerce department

1. Noun. 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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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commerce Department

Comer Vann Woodward
Comet Halley
Comforter
Comilla District
Comines
Cominetto
Comino
Comintern
Command key
Commander Islands
Commandment
Commandments
Commelinaceae
Commelinales
Commelinidae
Commerce Department
Commerce Secretary
Commie
Commies
Commiphora
Commiphora meccanensis
Commiphora myrrha
Commissaire Maigret
Commission on Human Rights
Commission on Narcotic Drugs
Commission on the Status of Women
Committee for State Security
Commodore John Barry Bridge
Commodore Perry
Commodore Vanderbilt

Literary usage of Commerce department

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1. U.S. Export Control and Nonproliferation Policy and the Role and edited by Strom Thurmond (2001)
"From 1989 on, therefore, every export of a satellite to China required not only a license from either the State Department or the commerce department, ..."

2. American Business in World Markets: Our Opportunities and Obligations in by James T. M. Moore (1919)
"commerce department Plans—Statement by Secretary Redfield—Aid for Industry—Bureau of Standards— Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce—Conservation ..."

3. Export Controls: Rapid Advances in China's Semiconductor Industry Underscore by Joseph Christoff (2003)
"The commerce department has the authority to initiate "foreign availability" ... commerce department officials and Semiconductor Equipment and Materials ..."

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