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a name or other device placed on merchandise to signify its ownership or manufacture

to set off by or as if by a mark indicating ownership or manufacture

to mark with disgrace or infamy

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a recognizable kind

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identification mark on skin, made by burning

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a piece of wood that has been burned or is burning

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a symbol of disgrace or infamy

burn with a branding iron to indicate ownership

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to accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful

mark with a brand or trademark

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mark or expose as infamous

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Why would I want to choose a generic drug over a brandname drug?
Romanian mobile phone operator Connex Vodafone has removed the Connex brandname and rebranded as Vodafone Romania.
com brandname and at its re-launch, planned for March, will list over 170,000 properties - the vast majority from independent agents.
Based in The Woodlands, Texas, FleetPride operates more than 150 locations in 34 states and carries a full line of nationally recognized brandname truck and trailer parts, as well as an assortment of private brand parts.
With our company name and brandname, we would like to keep our quality and trustworthy relations as we have done so many times in the past," said Ali Kurt, president of Kurt Nonwovens.
Its brandname for its organic dessert yogurt is Moo-la-la.
Sandoz believes that brandname medicines with sales of up to $14 billion in the US will lose patent protection between 2003 and 2010.
From a variety of analyses, we are seeing more discounts on more Medicare-approved cards--discounts of at least 15% from usual prices for brandname drugs in retail pharmacies, and larger discounts for generic drugs and mail-order drugs, and prices well below the average drug prices for all Americans--including those with public or private insurance," Dr.
The application was opposed by Chanel which operates under brandname Coco.
Sales grew rapidly, and by 2001 OxyContin had become the most prescribed brandname narcotic medication for treating moderate-to-severe pain.
The old two-tiered approach of a $5 co-pay for generic and $10 for brandname drugs now might also include $20 for drugs on the formulary list.
When I took art in high school, I didn't make the connection between art and creative expression: I was customizing my bicycle, decorating my car, putting a better brandname sticker on my skis.
Pharmaceutical companies also give physicians free samples of brandname drugs, which the doctors usually pass along to patients.
a marketer of brandname personal care products, today reported record earnings for the second quarter and six months ended Aug.
A large consumer goods company may have several hundred names registered, for example, but it only takes one disgruntled employee with access to pre-launch marketing material to register a chosen brandname and undermine a product launch.