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noun as in logo, symbol

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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.

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

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Mubarak was present, wheeled in on a hospital trolley and wearing his trademark sunglasses.

But it was the subtle things like his trademark side-smile or his formal “Mr. Torre” ways that had us swooning.

One act was a man with a short beard, and a short flowing robe: a trademark style of Salafis.

Navajo Nation once took Urban Outfitters to court for trademark infringement.

Last week, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office said the Redskins name and logo should not have trademark protection.

In some cases, too, their trademark rights had been virtually ruined by the closeness of Japanese imitation.

A Geneva watch thus constructed bore what was practically the trademark of excellence.

The amazing thing is that they all bear the—shall we say—trademark of the same Controller.

He had overlooked only one possible precaution—that of ripping out the tailor's trademark from his coat.

After I get the trademark tattooed on your hand I'll notify old Urique.


On this page you'll find 28 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trademark, such as: brand, label, stamp, identification, initials, and logotype.

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