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“Then, using skill learned when cheating in high school, he'll simply look over the mark's shoulder and get their pin number.”
“When the mark's attention is diverted, he'll swap credit cards with the victim.”
“These include the mark's center of mass, the variance of pencil-strokes from the bubble's radius and the depth of shading, as well as more mathematically advanced measures.”
“Tony is referring to Good Friday, which is the day in the Christian calendar that mark's Jesus' death.”
“So long as the word is used in an "average" trademark use context, a word mark's semantic meaning is shown to be overshadowed by the non-linguistic, contextual markers that establish its distinctiveness as a source indicator.”
“But German central bankers also struggled with fears that the mark's popularity weakened their ability to control money supply, limit inflation and prevent financial outflows.”
“Otherwise, Germany's current hope of returning to the deutsche mark's glory days may quickly shift, recalling the despair of the Papiermark era.”
“Old Croton Aqueduct comments: mark's tails said ...”
“From mark's magical Linked to My Heart Bracelet ($30), of which 100% of net proceeds benefit organizations that seek to end violence against women to Kate Spade's Sugar Coat Bracelet ($225, pictured left), where the spray of emerald-hued crystals makes for the perfect day-to-evening adornment, to the actinic, enigmatic blue of Alexis Bittar's Sapphire Dust Bracelet ($265, pictured right), encased in pave crystal insets, these decidedly feminine accents will elevate a wardrobe.”
“After initially gaining the mark's trust, Thompson would ask 'Have you confidence in me to trust me with your watch until tomorrow?”
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