register mark


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register mark

[′rej·ə·stər ‚mark]
(engineering)
A mark or line printed or otherwise impressed on a web of material for use as a reference to maintain register.
(graphic arts)
One of a set of marks, usually cross-shaped, placed on the margin of colored originals to be photographed for colorplates; the marks are used to register the images when the plates are printed.
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While text of the proposed rule has been available through EPA's website, publication in the Federal Register marks the official proposal date and starts the clock for the 60-day public comment period on the proposed standards.
Under the Lanham Act, owners may register marks in use already and marks that they intend to begin using in commerce.
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Many readers will know that the USPTO refuses to register marks that it believes are merely descriptive: that is, if it immediately conveys knowledge of a quality, feature, function, or characteristic of the services with which it is used.
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