characteristic, conspicuous, contrasting, diacritical, different, differentiating, differentiative, differing, discriminating, distinct, distinguishing, exclusive, idiomatic, idiosyncratic, indicating difference, indicative, individualistic, individualizing, marked, noteworthy, noticeable, particular, peculiar, proprius, salient, separative, serving to distinguish, singular, special, uncommon, unimitated, unique, unlike
associated concepts: distinctive characteristic, distinctive name
different, discriminating (distinguishing), distinct (distinguished from others), individual, meritorious, noteworthy, novel, outstanding (prominent), particular (individual), particular (specific), prominent, remarkable, representative, several (separate), special, specific, uncommon, unusual
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
Under the Trade Marks Act 1994, any sign which is capable of being represented graphically and is capable of distinguishing goods and services of one business from those of another may be a registered trade or service mark subject to certain exceptions including resemblance to existing marks. Such signs include brands, names, designs, titles, and shapes of goods or packaging. The applicant must specify one or more of the 42 classes of goods or services in which the mark is to be used.
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