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- adj. Of or relating to a word, phrase, or logo that is used or registered as a trademark.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of trademark.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of goods and merchandise) labeled with proprietary (and legally registered) identification guaranteeing exclusive use
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The store, which was photographed by an expatriate blogger who uses the handle BirdAbroad, has a sign identifying it as an Apple Store—a term trademarked by Apple—but is neither an Apple Store nor an Apple authorized reseller, according to store employees and an Apple list of its retail outlets.
Associated Press The outlet, introduced to the world by an expatriate blogger who uses the handle BirdAbroad, calls itself an Apple Store—a term trademarked by Apple—but is neither that nor even an Apple authorized reseller, according to store employees and an Apple list of its retail outlets.
Jeff is seeking to have the term trademarked, much as Lakers coach Pat Riley registered his made-up word "three-peat."
But if every Z-lister gets their name trademarked these days, celebs can always play a new game - competing for how many of the IPO's 45 different categories, covering every conceivable use of a trademark, they are protected under.
North Carolina State University isn't happy that Loyola University in New Orleans calls its sports teams the Wolfpack, a name trademarked by the Raleigh-based school.
The Homestarter ™ Program is just one of the ways League helps individuals and families create Intergenerational Wealth ™ -- a term trademarked by League to describe its philosophy and attendant services developed to create, protect and perpetuate wealth for its more than
Photomosaic, which is actually a term trademarked by an MIT educated artist,
Are these impersonators the real reason Palin wants her name trademarked?
I still can't because my great hope is that even though the other GOP candidates are not saying it - I hope and pray that Fred Thompson, Mitt, or McCain would also be as aggressive. term trademarked by me yesterday.
There is a small problem, though, namely that someone else has already filed the papers to have the name trademarked, as the aforementioned e-zine informs.
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