So while the pundits and the politicians play the blame game for who dropped the ball in New Orleans, let's think about ditching the name
also hearkens back to Benedict of Nursia (480-543), one of Europe's patrons, whose famous Rule begins with the word "listen.
changed its name
to Frank Winston Crum Insurance Inc.
There's no question that Rivkin and Sutherland have thought long and deeply about brand names
, and they offer more than a few insights.
As a Yoruban proverb says, "Whatever we have a name
for, that is" (Benston 165).
Whether nonlatinized binomials should become the official species names
of viruses has been debated within the ICTV for many years (21,22,25-28).
At this point your screen should resemble exhibit 4, at right--with IncomeTax in the Name
Box and =PretaxEarnings*30% in the Formula Bar.
Perhaps it helped atone for his failure at the time to divorce his first wife, Zella, whose name
he gave to another insect species in 1927.
The fanciful name
doesn't necessarily have anything to do with the firm's goods or services, says Phillips, and it just may be your best bet for creating a trademark you can protect, on or off the Net.
As a cop-out, the Internet administrators proposed having the same domain name
made available under a different suffix.
DHL should have charged DHLI a royalty prior to the sale of its name
So unless you have a million-dollar idea, or a knack for blackmail, registering a domain name
ranks as a Stupid Pet Trick, and an expensive one at that.
I met a guy from that division at the Replitech show and he said there was a lot of internal opposition to the new name
because it doesn't say anything.
Stunned, Brimlow called Landers, and was allegedly told I'm not giving you your name
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