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Word: brand

Definition: trademark; mark burned on the hide of an animal; mark burned into the flesh of criminals; mark of disgrace; V: mark with a brand; give a lasting bad name; stigmatize; Ex. The press branded him a liar.

Sentences Containing 'brand'

"Confucius Institute" is a trademarked brand name.
Aka Professor Brand, Brainiac Miss Jennifer Simmons.
Aristoc is a brand under the company Pretty Polly.
Aristoc is a British hosiery brand that is over 80 years old.
As a result, Packard's image as a luxury brand was further diluted.
Boursin is a trademarked brand of Gournay cheese.
Brand was arrested and taken to Cairo, where he was questioned for several months.
Currently, Dabur markets toothbrushes under the Binaca brand.
DiGiorgio Corporation's private label brand, White Rose Brand is common in all stores along with Met Foods' less common Met Foods' Brand.
Each brand produced one card in the set.
He also has produced his own eponymous brand.
He had a disappointing first year and was dropped after only 8 months from the brand.
He is a brand ambassador for Samsung Mobile.
How do criminals manage to keep a brand new ALIAS in mind?
In 1881, Thomas Brand (son) was the miller at Wire Mill.
In 2010 they updated the brand's website to include cheese recipes.
It is one of the most recognized brand logos in the world.
It was launched in 1951–52 as a toothpaste brand "Binaca Top".
Jenner was at Wire Mill until 1844, when he was succeeded by William Brand.
Juli 2011 Martin Heuberger is the successor to Heiner Brand.
Jura's brand ambassador is Roger Federer.
Kérastase () is a luxury haircare brand.
La Casera is a traditional Spanish brand of soda.
Ma Cameron's is a brand of Scottish Sweeties.
Many distillers produce their own brand of amaretto.
Mumtaz Khan Akbar () is founder and owner of the Mumtaz brand.
One popular brand is manufactured by Knorr.
Pendaflex is the principal U.S. filing brand of Esselte Corporation.
Reading a brand aloud is referred to as “calling the brand“.
Saga formed the brand Spirit of Adventure Cruises in 2005.
She is currently the brand Ambassador for Airtel Kenya.
She said, 'I didn't.'" "I had a brand-new Mercury.
Smash is a brand of instant mashed potato in the United Kingdom.
So began the creation of the Luxman brand.
Some awards and recognitions for the brand include the following:
The "Furamide" brand is now owned by Abbott Laboratories.
The brand is also located in select FedEx Office locations.
The brand is owned by Atlanta-based Oxford Industries.
The brand's tagline is ""Canterbury: the world's original rugby brand"".
The company also has the flagship housing brand "Doosan We've".
The Lowrance brand is wholly owned by Navico, Inc.
The majority of the vehicles in the field belonged to the Chevrolet brand of automobiles.
The oil is sold under the brand name "Olives of Peace."
Their aim is to create a consistent brand appearance.
This further cemented the brand of new kantele models.
Tommy Bahama launched its own brand of rum in 2007.
Under the brand name TdR, the Flox and the FloxX are manufactured in Asia.
When the brand extension was introduced in the WWF, Lesnar was drafted to the Raw brand.
With it came the collaboration with the popular brand MURUA.
`What was the brand on that bar`l, Eddy?'

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