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By bringing this local distinctiveness to life, we can get visitors to stay longer and spend more.
The objective of all this is to gain a shared understanding of what makes somewhere special, to identify the ingredients of local distinctiveness and use them as a framework for planning, design and development for the future.
In addition to the analysis of the law on confusion and distinctiveness, J.
Even though the Cold War Museum hadn't resubmitted its proof of acquired distinctiveness, the Federal Circuit ruled it didn't have to.
Though old alternator wires and used transistors might sound like the antithesis of fashion, Kolbusz's pieces have a distinctiveness that comes from mixing shape, texture and material, like dangling earrings made of rubber washers linked with stainless steel.
The study, entitled Distinctiveness and Cities, by the Work Foundation think-tank, says cities can get great economic benefits from commissions like the famous structure.
But the most economically and socially successful cities artfully use their distinctiveness to craft a compelling offer to people and companies.
present 19 chapters that explore the different ways the concept of distinctiveness has been applied to the study of memory.
This creativity will include both a Chinese distinctiveness and a British distinctiveness," he said.
The article offers a reading of three works, namely, the two cartoon series Al Shamshun and Bakkar; and the children's program 'Alam Simsim against the notions of 'Cultural Hegemony,' 'Acculturation,' and 'Creativity,' with Al Shamshun being a clear example of the negative impact of cultural hegemony; Bakkar an exemplary creative experience that managed to attract the child with its particular distinctiveness, and, finally, 'Alam Simsim an in-between point that attempts to merge these two notions through the process of acculturation.
A Jimmy Choo spokeswoman said: "We find it unacceptable that others attempt to trade and benefit from our creativeness and distinctiveness.
And while we might have expected a little more distinctiveness from a guy who's made such incisive personality studies as ``Gods and Monsters'' and ``Kinsey,'' Condon delivers movie-
One NorthEast is leading a Retail Distinctiveness Survey in Guisborough, Alnwick and Barnard Castle to discover what makes the towns unique and to guide future investment.
Its distinctiveness, however, has little to do with the fractal composition that creates three rooms on three levels that spiral down from the high-level entrance that is accessed via a concrete stair.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- Urban leaders seeking success in the new economy should stop paying attention to ubiquitous city rankings and start focusing their attentions on four dimensions of success: talent, innovation, connections and distinctiveness, according to a new report released today.