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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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Thus, in our model, there are two forces that affect the export subsidy chosen by an exporting country: the profit-shifting argument of Brander and Spencer, and the tariff effect that tends to induce each government to raise the effective marginal cost of its own firm in order to avoid a higher tariff.
He began with Brander in 1980, and by 1985 he'd caught the eye of another up-and-coming Central Coast winemaker, Mike Brown, who ran what was then the Santa Ynez Winery (now known as Kalyra Winery).
Brander recently analyzed the same plankton-census data that Edwards and Richardson used.
It was a muggy day so Brander (Cheshire Angling) fished shallow with caster high in the water on an eight-metre pole, keeping himself busy all day with carp from eight to 12 ounces for a 53lb 3oz total.
Even the best brander in the world, Procter & Gamble, has decided it can't be all brands to all people.
Rotary Brander applies a just-grilled finish to meats, poultry, seafood, vegetables, etc.
Both the friends and enemies of Brander Matthews attested to his sociability.
"Just like humans, nature has bred into these animals the need to bond closely with their offspring," says animal behaviouralist Donna Brander.
In terms of the shear number of papers that followed from James Brander and Barbara Spencer's original insight, strategic trade theory was arguably the most important innovation during the 1980s.
"The result will be one world-man, a fusion of the mental types of Orient and Occident," says Bruce Brander in his new book, Staring Into Chaos.
The new marketing environment--featuring demanding consumers, fragmented channels of distribution, and a complex technological landscape--creates substantial opportunities for new types of brands but also new requirements for branders. It is no longer obvious that the manufacturer should be the brander within categories.
In Montana, a statewide document delivery system is being implemented using telefacsimile equipment to deliver business, law, medicine, education, and government information to a variety of service sites, including nonlibraries (Brander, 1987, p.
Matthews, Branderin full James Brander Matthews (b.
Library staff plan to affix such labels to a series of boxes containing papers of a former college leader, Justin Brander. Each label features the dates of documents included in the box.
STANLEY HALL </IR> at Clark University, <IR> GEORGE PIERCE BAKER </IR> at Harvard, and <IR> BRANDER MATTHEWS </IR> and <IR> JOHN ERSKINE </IR> at Columbia.