a new brand of detergent
The rhyme is scarring, like the mark of a brand , and it encapsulates the scorn that underlay the colonial occupation.
In addition to the color and name changes under the brand restructuring, some product consolidation may also be considered.
If nothing else, their brand of national socialism is bad for business.
She had never been quite sure what set her apart and made her an easy target, but like Nathaniel Hawthorne's Hester she had a brand that marked her as different.
To qualify for the programme, resellers must sell and brand systems that use boxed Intel processors and successfully complete special training.
Each fish was then weighed (wet weight to the nearest gram) and marked with an individual brand .
He shook his head hard, trying to rid himself of it, but it stuck in his mind, like a burning brand in his thoughts.
Consequently, fundamentalist class cultures tend to be stamped with a distinctive brand of southern conservatism.
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