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Produced by Rodney Jerkins, “Full Moon” introduced Brandy’s now trademark vocal stacking, gospel-inspired runs and buttery tone.

He was a clerk to Senate Judiciary Committee subcommittees on internal security as well as patents, trademarks and copyrights.

During this period, “technological progress kept forging ahead, and the consumer society grew and grew,” he writes, “and with it the category of the present, which this society targeted and, to an extent, appropriated as its particular trademark.”

Microsoft argued that the crime network is abusing its trademark.

A ring of trees shades customers as they peer into Apple products displayed on the company’s trademark maple tables.

According to Alexandra Roberts, a trademark professor at the University of New Hampshire, the campaign has yet to get final approval for the mark by using it in commerce.

Not made of mare's milk, but the nickname for Caciocavallo because of the horse's head used to trademark the first edition of it.

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This instinct is fairly common in traders, and is clearly disclosed in trademark infringement cases.

Redistribution is subject to the trademark license, especially commercial redistribution.

The word "concrete" is not in the least a technical term copyrighted by Hegel, nor is it his trademark.

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