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- the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed
- She's a violinist of some renown.
- She has international renown as a painter.
- Until now the city of Bilbao has been characterized as a place of international renown.
- Topsham, brougham, renown, but known, Knowledge, done, lone, gone, none, tone.
- Reputation/renown (*) …
- Many written accounts attest to its renown, including Pierre Larousse’s Grand Dictionnaire Universel du XIX which mentions that King François I was very fond of it.
- The Wimbledon Tennis Finals have a general resonance in the UK as the pre-eminent UK tennis tournament of worldwide renown, commanding extensive media coverage.
- If the objection is based on the existence of an earlier trademark of reputation and renown, in accordance with Article 41(2), the request of objection shall be accompanied by proof of the filing, registration or use of that earlier trademark, such as the certificate of registration and proof of its reputation and renown.
- If the objection is based on the existence of an earlier trademark of reputation and renown, in accordance with Article 43(2) of Regulation (EC) No 479/2008, the objection shall be accompanied by proof of the filing, registration or use of that earlier trademark, such as the certificate of registration or proof of its use, and proof of its reputation and renown.
- The renown of noix du Périgord as a quality product has grown over the centuries and is now well established. They have been appreciated by connoisseurs of fine food in France, Europe and America since the nineteenth century.
- A name shall not be protected as a traditional term, where in the light of a trademark's reputation and renown, such protection is liable to mislead the consumer as to the true identity, nature, characteristic or quality of the wine.
- The FA Cup Final has a special general resonance in the UK as the pre-eminent single match in English domestic football and a true national occasion, as well as an event of worldwide renown.
- The Romanian authorities explained that AVAS was motivated to attach these symbolic requirements by the wish to maintain the renown of the undertaking and its products, which can still be found to a large extent on the Romanian market.
- The information and evidence to be produced in support of the use of an earlier trademark shall comprise particulars of the location, duration, extent and nature of the use made of the earlier trademark, and of its reputation and renown.
- A name shall not be protected as a designation of origin or geographical indication where, in the light of a trademark’s reputation and renown, protection is liable to mislead the consumer as to the true identity of the wine.