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  • n. The logo of a brand

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. mark with a brand or trademark


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • To recieve even. 01% ($3. 5M and counting ...) royalty on the reproduction budget, $350M and counting, of the Intel Centrino brandmark, and to be able to get by on. 01% of that while giving the rest away.

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  • "A registered brandmark will not only enable the stock-theft units to identify stock which are recovered, but it will also improve the effectiveness of roadblocks and patrols by stock theft units," he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The gold and silver plating is etched with something akin to a Victorian filigree design near the edges, offsetting another "Jinhao" brandmark running vertically up the centre of the nib.

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  • Download Free Hsp56 Audiomodem Riser or a clad brandmark both add some seals that.


  • Covered in an array of "intelligent" skins, the 240m high buildings - currently being designed for an international developer - the Snowflake Tower is unashamedly meant to be a brandmark; but, more significantly, the high-tech facade will react to external environmental influences.

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  • So to me, yes - their brandmark does feel a little like insiders knowledge, in a bit of the

    Brand New

  • Applied 3-Stripes on sleeves and sides of faux undershirt adidas brandmark on left chest - Today's Hot Deals

  • Black and white provides the means to express the essential form of a brandmark.

    Noisy Decent Graphics

  • This allowed Cully & Sully to have a friendly and informal voice to the consumer on their packs, while their brandmark reflected a serious attitude towards real food.

  • UPS, the UPS brandmark, and the color brown are trademarks of United Parcel Service of America, Inc.

    Think Progress


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