distinctive mark


distinctive mark
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  • distinctive mark —    A trademark or service mark that is memorable because it is unusual in its context. Distinctive marks often use arbitrary terms (e.g., Penguin Books, Apple Computers) or newly coined terms (e.g., Microsoft). Such marks receive the maximum… …   Business law dictionary

  • mark — 1 n 1: a character usu. in the form of a cross or X that is made as a substitute for a signature by a person who cannot or is unwilling to write 2: a character, device, label, brand, seal, or other sign put on an article or used in connection… …   Law dictionary

  • distinctive feature — index characteristic, differential, highlight, identity (individuality), particularity, specialty (distinctive mark …   Law dictionary

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  • mark — mark1 [märk] n. [ME < OE mearc, orig., boundary, hence boundary sign, hence sign, akin to Ger mark, boundary, boundary mark, marke, a token, mark < Gmc * marka < IE base * mereĝ , edge, boundary > L margo, MARGIN, OIr mruig,… …   English World dictionary

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  • distinctive — I adjective characteristic, conspicuous, contrasting, diacritical, different, differentiating, differentiative, differing, discriminating, distinct, distinguishing, exclusive, idiomatic, idiosyncratic, indicating difference, indicative,… …   Law dictionary

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  • distinctive trademark — A standard of trademark protection. Trademarks and service marks are judged on a spectrum of distinctiveness. The most unusual (in the context of their use) are considered the most memorable. Distinctive marks typically consist of terms that are… …   Law dictionary