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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of brand.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Brindled; of a reddish-brown color.
- In zoology, marked as if branded or colored.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of goods and merchandise) marked or labeled by a distinctive word or symbol indicating exclusive rights
- adj. marked with a brand
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But they were right to call him a name from the past; they knew him to be an outsider, and the name branded him as such.
I like that kind of directness in branded footwear.
Does that mean something "interesting" happens in branded by fire with kaleb ...
"We are allowing open conversation in branded areas, and we are encouraging dialogue good, bad or ugly," says Bonin Bough, director of global social media for PepsiCo.
Teva is the world's largest generic drug maker but hasn't focused on private-label branded products in the past.
The first sign of change consumers are likely to see is the introduction of new products, including private-label branded goods and the sale of more food in chains, including Makro, he said .
From POPBYTES — Since it is essential in the breathing cycles of celebrities to have their name branded on some product, Macys has decided to put a whole slew of them together in one commercial!
Bud Selig's pathetically light penal code (the very inspiration of the hearings) won't much matter; Palmeiro will remain branded far beyond 10 games.
"Whether it's 10, 30 days, a year, your name being out there and being branded is going to be the biggest punishment."
Napster and iMesh were both wiped out by the OM family, Vivendi Universal, Warmer Music, EMI Group and Sony BMG but they re-surfaced under new management and now, “Grokster 3G, as the new service will be branded, is scheduled to be released as a public beta before 31 December,” says The Register.