generic identifier

generic identifier

(language, text)
A string constituting the name of a element in an SGML document.
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Trademarks are proper adjectives, never nouns, and at least once in every context in which they appear trademarks should be followed by, and modify, the generic names of the goods and services they identify To determine in any context whether a trademark is being used correctly as a proper adjective, apply the "brand role": trademark + "brand" + generic identifier.
KLEENEX[R] is the trademark, the word "brand" fits sensibly into the context and the trademark is followed by and modifies the generic identifier of the goods, "facial tissues.
subsection")--with the data surrounded by a start tag and end tag of the same generic identifier.
A formatting application for a generically tagged document can be driven by a "style sheet"--a table that associates a set of formatting instructions with each generic identifier.
The syntax is expressed as a set of elements, each with its own generic identifier ("tag"), an optional set of attributes and attribute data types, and a "content model"--a BNF-like production stating what sort of data (or other elements, recursively) can be placed inside each element.
Each of the early HyTime elements came with its own semantics (documented not only within the DTD, but also in the appropriate ANSI and/or ISO/IEC standard), its own attribute list (which could be added to, but not usually subtracted from), and its own generic identifier (GI).
As a Visa Approved Vendor for "prepaid card issuance with a generic identifier," Archway is now authorized to manage the distribution and fulfillment of Visa gift cards in the United States and Canada.
Note: "x" represents the generic identifier for various operating systems that run on HARP.

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