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word mark

[′wȯrd ‚märk]
(computer science)
A nondata punctuation bit used to delimit a word in a variable-word-length computer.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"Worksport has now added to its arsenal of intellectual property assets the much-coveted word mark in our industry class, not just the logo mark, which we previously possessed," said Worksport and FNHI CEO, Steven Rossi.
IPOPHL, the country's authority in intellectual property rights protection and promotion, said that HBO had registered word marks for the great Houses of Westeros, for online merchandise.
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Our new word mark clearly reflects both these attributes and is in sync with our Group aspiration which is to become one of the top 50 most admired global brands within a decade." said Anand Mahindra, Chairman, Mahindra Group, while commenting on the new brand identity.
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Omantel's main brands will be united under a common identity, and Oman Mobile will be represented as an "Omantel Mobile" word mark.
* the word mark "F1" in respect of which Formula One had registrations in Germany, the UK and international registrations in Denmark, Germany, Spain, France, Italy and Hungary; and
A panel of judges at the court said that AB's request for an EU trademark for 'Budweiser' was invalid, because Budejovicky, Budvar had already registered the term as an "international word mark," another type of intellectual property protection.
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