Based on these arguments, the applicant argued that its mark creates a double entendre or pun, which in turn creates an incongruity showing that pregnancy text is not merely descriptive.
1968) the court held that Sugar & Spice was registrable because it should be considered a double entendre for bakery products.
Because of its uncommonness, the applicant argued that that the public will more likely appreciate it as a double entendre and pun than if pregnancy text was a common expression that the public is accustomed to perceiving.
2012), the Board held that Talent Assurance did not present as a double entendre such that "the merely descriptive significance of the term talent would be lost in the mark as a whole." In In re National Tea Co., 144 U.S.P.Q.
But a double entendre
name is not always a sore point.
Woman walks into a bar and asks for a double entendre
, so the barman gives her one.
A woman walked into a bar and asked for a double entendre
, so the barman gave her one.
The line, "Someday I'm gonna stand beside my King," rests alongside a double entendre
about some sugar in the bowl.
So keeping him out of Church is less of a double entendre
and more a single entendre isn't it?
The name is a double entendre
. "As Adam clearly fell from grace, so do aging males," Dr.
The name of the company, said Schroeder, "is a double entendre
. `Resonate' means the harmony created by different elements working together.
Or is it a double entendre
to be both near and distant from the object of desire, the mirror image of yourself?