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" The single question, as I view it, in all these cases, is merely one of fact: What do the buyers understand by the word for whose use the parties are contending? If they understand by it only the kind of goods sold, then I take it, it makes no difference... "
Printers' Ink - Page 98
1921
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Patent and Trade Mark Review, Volume 20

Patents - 1922
...Currie, LR 5 H. L. 508. Indeed the whole law of "secondary meaning" is built upon that presupposition. The single question, as I view it, in all these cases...allowed to keep his identity. So here the question is whether the buyers merely understood that the word, "Aspirin," meant this kind of drug, or whether...
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The Federal Reporter, Volume 272

Law reports, digests, etc - 1921
...LR 5. HL 508. Indeed, the whole law of "secondary meaning" is built upon that presupposition. [2-4] The single question, as I view it, in all these cases,...allowed to keep his identity. So here the question is whether the buyers merely understood that the word "Aspirin" meant this kind of drug, or whether it...
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