Conflicting results are often due to the fact that there is no set criteria for a mark to be labelled as "well-known
" or "famous;" moreover, it is often difficult to ascertain that a mark is well-known
when the examiner may have never heard of the mark in the particular jurisdiction.
Led by co-first authors, Lixin Wan, PhD, a member of the Wei laboratory at BIDMC and Juxiang Cao, PhD, a member of the Cui lab at BUSM, their experiments showed that in normal circumstances, MC1R was binding to PTEN, a well-known
tumor suppressor gene.
As a stage artist he has performed in more than 2,050 plays and is a well-known
These tend to be fresh breaths of air given to well-known
pieces which speak of the historic birth of the Christ Child and its implications for humanity, but just may do so in a way that will speak to younger generations of music fans.
The company is owned by well-known
extrusion consultant Chris Rauwendaal.
This made me wonder if well-known
is a necessary part of the definition or the added information, and whether well-known
occurs more frequently than this one isolated example.
Weinberg, a well-known
dealer in Wilkes-Barre, PA, bought the British Guiana fo $280,000 in a 1970 auction.
This new collection of organ pieces contains six works appropriate for the church service and includes settings of the well-known
and much-used tunes "Picardy," "Amazing Grace," "Sine Nomine" and "Ode to Joy," as well as a work inspired by "An Iona Boat Song.
Pressman, NRFA's CEO and managing principal and a well-known
expert in retail operations and finance.
Another slip is the reference to the well-known
Picture Chronicle, referred to as Cinquecento prints, though they are really of the Quattrocento.