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Author Topic: TM'ing a new definition/secondary meaning for business Please help! ;)  (Read 597 times)


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Hi there! Just wondering here...I've coined a little phrase that literally is displayed as a typical word definition with the brackets/noun etc.. Example of how my business phrase/slogan looks:

The destruction of anything of that I thought was constructive and this makes no sense.

This, being JUST an example, I would like to know if I apply as a Standard Mark or Stylized Mark as I really want to protect the whole definition and NOT just the way it's displayed.
So with the example above, I would like to protect that entire definition and NOT just the stylized brackets/-noun/etc.... Problem is, when applying - how do I do it? If I want to apply for a standard mark for more protection of the definition, do I submit without the brackets and without writing in "noun" etc?? Really not sure!! Thanks so much for any help!!
Appreciate it very much!


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