Every time he was thus awakened he drove back the wolves with flying brands, replenished the fire, and rearranged the pine-knot on his hand.
Flinging his brands at the nearest of his enemies, the man thrust his smouldering mittens into the snow and stamped about to cool his feet.
Burning brands made them spring aside, but they no longer sprang back.
Mechanically, at short range, without letting go of it, he thrust a brand full into her open and snarling mouth.
With a flaming brand in each hand, he sprang to the edge of the fire.
His back very much scarred by the whip; and branded
on the thigh and hips in three or four places, thus (J M).
Several Georgians, fancy brands
, 1852, changed hands to
But sometimes, once in many days, or perchance in many months, she felt an eye -- a human eye -- upon the ignominious brand
, that seemed to give a momentary relief, as if half of her agony were shared.
"A thing agreed upon that you should burn my house!" vociferated D'Artagnan, snatching the brand
from the hand of the incendiary, and striking him with it across the face.
"You smoke more than enough as it is, and the brand
of tobacco will make no difference.
May I be blotted out from living men Ere such a plague spot set on me its brand!
OEDIPUS Yes, from my cradle that dread brand I bore.
The clue to getting brands
to stick in people's minds are memorable characters, and that's where archetypes come along, Whetzel said.
Myths of Branding: A Brand
is Just a Logo, and Other Popular Misconceptions
Kevin Lane Keller, a leading authority in brand
management, posits that products are brands
if consumers are aware of them and have strong, favorable and unique associations with them.