On 11/02/2015 03:05 AM, James E. Lang wrote:
"Ordinary end user" is a trade marked phrase for what company?
Yes, that is the question.
I saw on a computer commercial - cannot remember which company -
trademarked "hit the ground running". I have been using that phrase
since the late 60's. Now it is trademarked for a computer company that
all I remember about the commercial was the phrase.
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