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  • But Myer customers may feel safer, thanks to a bizarre leaflet titled Escalator Safety

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  • ยท Contemporary Life - Benjamin Lorenz for "Escalator," a long shot of the pattern of the moving stairs at a subway station.

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  • I believe "Escalator" was still a trademark when they were installed, and someone decided to play it safe...

    Making Light: Open thread 137

  • Contemporary Life -- Benjamin Lorenz for "Escalator," a long shot of the pattern of the moving stairs at a subway station.

    Washington Arts Briefs

  • (Despite the tremendous publicity to be gained from such associations, manufacturers must remain ever vigilant that their brand names are not allowed to become so generic through common use that their lose their trademark protection, as happened with branded products such as Escalator moving stairs, Cellophane transparent paper, and Linoleum floor covering.)

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  • TITLE: "Escalator" BRAND: Old Spice AGENCY: Wieden + Kennedy

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  • TITLE: "Escalator" BRAND: Old Spice AGENCY: Wieden +

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  • Escalator clauses had largely been rejected up until recently by end-users who could simply find other steelmakers to fill their orders.

    Steelmakers Turn to Price Triggers as Iron-Ore Costs Rise

  • The second "High Five Escalator", pretends to break the bad morning mood in the subway where thousands of commuters make a daily routine.

    Improv Everywhere

  • Invisible Red: Escalator Animation skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Escalator Animation

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