distinctiveness


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Attractiveness, masculinity, and distinctiveness ratings for original and composite faces
Turning to Topps' claim, the Board needed to determine how descriptive the word limited was before it could decide if Panini had provided evidence of acquired distinctiveness.
and Ayoub Supply -- if not adversaries in the courtyards of Verona, at least ACS's rivals in the courtroom--then opposed the registration of the mark on the ground that it was merely a surname that had not acquired distinctiveness.
Although the theory of OCB distinctiveness provides a persuasive explanation for the OCB-performance rating relationship, it has some limitations.
On the other hand, equality ultimately restricts intergroup differentiation and may therefore threaten ingroup distinctiveness needs (Jetten & Spears, 2003: Tajfel & Turner, 1986).
Cadbury filed evidence that the colour purple mark had "acquired distinctiveness through use", showing that the mark had been used so extensively that consumers had come to recognise it as identifying Cadbury's goods alone.
Distinctiveness and internal consistency of HR values contribute to the strength of an HR system in building shared, collective perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors among employees
We can use this understanding to inform and support regeneration, conservation and design initiatives, to ensure local distinctiveness is sustained.
We need to understand what our economic assets are and preserve our distinctiveness.
From the first lines of the 1830s through to nationalisation in 1948 and a bit beyond, the GWR was a company apart, surviving the late-Victorian downturns and the 1923 grouping with its ethos and distinctiveness intact.
A restructuring of Arts Council England means the North East is now part of a greater north region, also including Yorkshire and the North West, giving rise to concerns that our distinctiveness might get lost or watered down.
RADIO Wales and Cymru will be subject of a review of how well some radio services perform in terms of their quality, distinctiveness and value for money.
The work is a compilation of Jewish-Christian-Muslim reflection centered on the question of the distinctiveness and role of "Humanity" in creation.
But after Powers filed 200 pages of evidence supporting the name's distinctiveness, the PTO approved his application.