Definitions

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  • Sea, Air, Land (used as a name of a military unit)
  • A member of the Navy SEALs.

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Examples

  • Disney said it will withdraw its applications to trademark the term "SEAL Team 6" for use on toys, games, and other consumer products.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • Walt Disney Co. said Wednesday that it would pull an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in which the entertainment giant sought the exclusive right to use the term "SEAL Team 6" on items ranging from toys and games to snow globes and Christmas stockings.

    Walt Disney Surrenders to Navy's SEAL Team 6

  • Disney's filing sought to trademark the term SEAL Team 6 for a wide range of uses, from hand-held videogames to snow globes.

    Walt Disney Surrenders to Navy's SEAL Team 6

  • LOS ANGELES - The Walt Disney Co. said Wednesday that it has withdrawn its application to trademark the phrase "SEAL Team 6," the elite unit that killed Osama bin Laden, after the Navy moved to protect its rights and the entertainment giant endured a wave of criticism and late-night jibes.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • The Walt Disney Co. has withdrawn its application to trademark the phrase "SEAL Team 6."

    The Seattle Times

  • Hernandez, the Navy spokesman, said its May 13 application wasn't a direct response to the Disney filing, but rather an effort to establish that the existing Navy trademark was broader than simply the word SEAL.

    Walt Disney Surrenders to Navy's SEAL Team 6

  • Whether his motivation was for employment purposes, monetary gain, increased social status, "dating" opportunities, or personal notoriety, if your report regarding his claim of being a SEAL is accurate it is clear that his personal ethics have not prevented him making false statements about his background.

    SEAN MICHAEL HERRIN

  • Whether his motivation was for employment purposes, monetary gain, increased social status, “dating” opportunities, or personal notoriety, if your report regarding his claim of being a SEAL is accurate it is clear that his personal ethics have not prevented him making false statements about his background.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Whether his motivation was for employment purposes, monetary gain, increased social status, "dating" � opportunities, or personal notoriety, if your report regarding his claim of being a SEAL is accurate it is clear that his personal ethics have not prevented him making false statements about his background.

    Robert and Jennifer Stanley

  • Whether his motivation was for employment purposes, monetary gain, increased social status, “dating” opportunities, or personal notoriety, if your report regarding his claim of being a SEAL is accurate it is clear that his personal ethics have not prevented him making false statements (in writing) about his background.

    Heroes or Villains?

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