Origin of brand-name
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Origin of brand name
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Dr. Joep M. Lange, who died in the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, was one of a handful of brand-name AIDS experts.
This is about brand-name birth control drugs and other devices that some consumers swear off because they are too expensive.Peter Schweizer: Big Pharma’s Role in the Contraception Debate|Peter Schweizer|March 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Brand-name architect Robert A.M. Stern, a “modern traditionalist,” has yet to unveil the blueprints and models.
When asked to provide the brand of beer he'd like to drink, this brand-name Harvard professor made a list instead of a choice.
AT&T is again a brand-name, probably because of the iPhone, as much as anything else.
It occurred to him, however, that the Double Cross (which was the brand-name of Mason's ranch) might be a pleasant place to visit.The Uphill Climb|B. M. Bower