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in a bewildering and confusing manner

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The appellant's [Jolliville] mark is not confusingly similar to appellee's [Jollibee] marks,' the decision read.
Where a third party is attempting to register an identical or confusingly similar trademark, a trademark owner has the right to file an opposition against the published trademark.
The current statement says that 'you will note use our copyrights or trademarks (including Facebook, the Facebook and F Logos, FB, Face, Poke, Wall and 32665), or any confusingly similar marks, without our written permission.
International law does not spring from a single pen or a single piece of paper, it evolves over time confusingly, inelegantly and often in contradictory fashion.
Confusingly, she calls him Sean and a visit to the bathroom reveals he is trapped inside the body of a teacher called Sean Fentress.
Samsung, which has been accused by Apple of stealing its technology and design has turned the table on its accuser, which is famous for its corporate secrecy, by demanding to see pre-production prototypes of next generation iPhone and iPad so that it can evaluate whether its Galaxy range of devices are confusingly similar to Apple devices.
Confusingly, Mr Roberts states that the National Federation of Subpostmasters (NFSP) has "nothing to do with the letter being circulated" by sub postmasters and the claims in it "in no way represent the view of the NFSP.
A basic single-bar boozer named after a real landlady who confusingly used to run the Royal Oak two miles away.
CLLR J McTigue (20/12/10) is correct to point out that young people tend not to attend Council meetings, yet confusingly she appears rather mystified as to why that may be the case.
Alex Polizzi isn't impressed by the hotel's reception, which is confusingly placed behind a bar, but agrees that the rooms themselves are well-decorated and very presentable.
To foil a cybersquatter under ACPA, a trademark owner must prove: 1) the cybersquatter had a bad faith intent to profit from the trademark; 2) the trademark was distinctive at the time the domain name was first registered; 3) the domain name is identical or confusingly similar to the trademark; and 4) the trademark qualifies for protection under the federal trademark laws.
In this story the anthropomorphism clashes confusingly with the realistic activities of Farmer Mick.
This volume confusingly includes some old and new pieces, but has a color new products section and extensive coverage of handloading supplies and scopes.
If anyone would like to pay their respects on Tuesday, the grave can be found behind the church near the south-east corner, confusingly bearing the name Charles Geary.
IN something of a comparethemarket/comparethemeerkat moment, two Pink Floyd bands with confusingly similar names have lined up local dates.