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A commercial appellation is a title provided to a product, particularly a book that is derived as part of the Omnidoxy, that is used in commercial settings only as opposed to being used in a scholarly/academic context. Often, due to the visibility of commercial appellations to the public, they become more well known than the terms used in formal or scholarly settings to refer to the same product or conceptual.

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