from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A name, symbol, or other device identifying a product, officially registered and legally restricted to the use of the owner or manufacturer.
- n. A distinctive characteristic by which a person or thing comes to be known: the shuffle and snicker that became the comedian's trademark.
- transitive v. To label (a product) with proprietary identification.
- transitive v. To register (something) as a trademark.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. distinctive, characteristic, signature
- n. A word, symbol, or phrase used to identify a particular company's product and differentiate it from other companies' products.
- n. Any proprietary business, product or service name.
- v. To register something as a trademark.
- v. To so label a product.
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A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol or design, or a combination of words, phrases, symbols or designs, that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others.
A further trademark is the blokeish matiness between Jack and his many friends and associates, which he regularly uses to help his investigation along.
Designing a trademark is a multi-step process for us.
After some small businesses complained about what they call "trademark bullying," Congress mandated a study of the issue.
Copyright confers the exclusive right to control copying; trademark is the right to sue people who might mislead your customers, tricking them into thinking that a product that looks like yours came from you.
There is a “fair use” defense in trademark law that protects just these kinds of uses, where descriptive terms are being used in their descriptive sense; the right to sue for infringement of a registered mark is subject to the defense that.
This claim about there being current litigation on the T&T trademark is a complete fabrication, as the owner of the T&T trademark, Flying Buffalo, Inc. and Rick Loomis, has said himself that he has not started any litigation regarding T&T.
Willie's D bottled up Tech's vaunted ground game, whose trademark is the long run.
Nos. 2 and 3: At The Villages, a married couple displayed on their living-room wall “a print by Thomas Kinkade, an evangelical oil painter with an unusually devoted following, whose trademark is Painter of Light.”
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