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reg·is·ter

(rej'is-tĕr),
The file of data concerning all cases of a specified condition, such as cancer, occurring in a defined population; the register is the actual document, and the registry is the system of ongoing registration.
[Mediev. L. registrum, fr. L.L. regero, pp. regestum to record]

register

[rej′istər]
Etymology: L, regerere, to bring back
1 in computed tomography, a device in the central processing unit that stores information for future use.

register

[LL. regesta, list]
1. An official recording of vital statistics, including date and place of birth, marriage(s), and death. Recording these data is a legal requirement in the U.S.
2. The compass or range of a voice.
3. A series of tones of like quality or character, as low or high register, chest or head register.

register

in law, a list of names of persons registered as veterinary surgeons under local or national legislation. May be in two categories, practitioners and specialists.
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Most acronyms and initialisms are considered inherently distinctive and registrable on the Principal Register.
individuals and agreements which attracted the provisions of registration we re asked to get themselves registered with the Monopoly Control Authority by January 15, 1972 or within 15 days of the date when such understandings, individuals or agreements become registrable under the law.
Spare parts for MG3, bolt head, registrable component, shelling duty (the ammunition needed will be provided).
secondary source' is registrable on the principle register.
Although the Law Commission's view was that the doctrine of constructive notice "does not apply to restrictions in the charge as these are not registrable," at least some commentators think otherwise.
Similarly, it was argued that many words and symbols associated with the Olympics were unlikely to be registrable as trade marks.
Despite the writer's sales of the product, the design would still be considered to be new and therefore validly registrable, subject to it meeting the substantive requirements.
In a formal letter of complaint, Dr Lloyd states: "It is my contention that the conference, and the associated publication, constituted political activity and therefore a registrable donation under the terms of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act.
One option considered in the latter guidelines regarding joint results resides in granting the private partner the right to apply for, maintain, and abandon registrable intellectual property rights in CGIAR countries or for CGIAR crops in the private company's name but at the expense of the CGIAR Center.
Marshall decision, there already existed in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick: the Union of Nova Scotia Indians (representing Mi'kmaq persons registered under the Indian Act, supra note 8); the Native Council of Nova Scotia (representing Mi'kmaq/Aboriginal persons living off reserve, whether registrable or not, and affiliated with CAP); the Union of New Brunswick Indians (representing Mi'kmaq and Maliseet registered under the Indian Act); and the New Brunswick Aboriginal Peoples Council (representing off-reserve persons of Aboriginal ancestry, affiliated with CAP).
Further, PreMD has also agreed to use its commercially reasonable best efforts to cause the Registration Statement to be declared effective under the US Securities Act as promptly as possible after the filing of the Registration Statement, and shall use its commercially reasonable best efforts to keep the Registration Statement continuously effective under the US Securities Act until all Registrable Securities have been sold or may be sold without volume restrictions pursuant to Rule 144(k).