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tradename

The name used to market a formally licensed drug or treatment.
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Safeway Store #3285, 1275 East Sunset Drive, Bellingham added/ change of tradename on a 394 direct shipment receiver-in/out Washington.
Columbia St., Chelan; change of tradename approved Aug.
Effective March 1, Vendor Finance will adopt the tradename Wells Fargo Vendor Financial Services.
For example, if an MNE has purchased a tradename from an unrelated party and no price adjustment clause was included, the OECD could recognise that this as evidence that no price adjustment clause would be appropriate where a tradename has been purchased from a related party.
What is the tradename of the zither-like instrument used in country and western music?
Since 2008, when it took over Arkema's superabsorbent business, Sumitomo Seika has been marketing, from the Carling site, an extensive range of superabsorbents under the tradename AquaKeep.
Alliance Polymers and Services (Romulus, MU) now offers soft thermoplastic vulcanizatcs (TPVs) to be sold tinder the tradename Viprene.
(Freon is a DuPont tradename but is used as a generic term by many scientists.) By polluting his own air, man may be creating too much ozone below, too little above and possibly deleterious effects from both conditions.
BASF will market the orange pigment under the tradename Sicopal Orange L 2430 for coatings applications and Sicopal Orange K 2430 for plastics applications.
The company has introduced three patented blades under the tradename Corm Blade[R].
For what product is the tradename Quink an abbreviation?
Cowell, who has syndicated the show worldwide under the 'Idol' tradename, revealed the saucy request to US TV show 60 Minutes.