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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A trademark used for a thirst-quenching beverage drunk especially by athletes.

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Examples

  • - WOODS GATORADE LABEL - Man accused of replacing Gatorade labels may plead guilty.

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  • They'll clear up your stuffed books, family, and friends have certainly guided us nose. along the way and here we are now having recent - GATORADE: Did You Know that drinking two ly celebrated Frank's first birthday! glasses of Gatorade can relieve headache pain almost immediately -- without the unpleasant side Mauro Cianciulli - He's a HANDY effects caused by traditional 'pain relievers.'

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  • The Gatorade hydration portfolio includes the nation's leading sports drink, Gatorade® Thirst Quencher, as well as Gatorade Tiger (TM) Focus and G2®.

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  • Meanwhile ION4 began advertising, first with a comparative campaign because Gatorade is the market leader and thus growing the brand would require comparison to Gatorade.

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  • Up through April 2009, just before Gatorade sued, the Gatorade website advertised that the calcium and magnesium in Gatorade Endurance Formula provide a performance benefit.

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  • The front has half a picture and the line "you wouldn't settle for an incomplete cover" with a flap that unfolds, suggesting that Gatorade is “incomplete” and “missing two electrolytes.”

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  • Really over saturated Riptide Rush Gatorade is the greatest thing when being outside all day.

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  • This article at National Geographic gives a good gist of what's going on: apparently, regular old blue food coloring, like the stuff you find in Gatorade or M&Ms, has been found to reduce spinal cord trauma and inflammation, leading to at least a partial reversal of paralysis, at least in some mice.

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  • Ever wonder why sometimes at the end of a football game, the players are meandering around the field and one coach is drenched in Gatorade before the clock is done ticking down to zero?

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  • Gatorade is particularly popular when temperatures break 120 degrees in the summer, store manager Faris al-Jabir said, though American goods account for only 2% of sales.

    Iraqis acquire a taste for American-brand products

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