How to search for supplemental register trademarks

How to search for supplemental register trademarks

The term “supersize” is a trademark that is used in the United States for a trademark.

It is used as a suffix to a word or phrase that is intended to be read in larger contexts.

In this case, the term “super,” in its expanded sense, would be a supersize trademark.

The following rules apply to searching for a supersized trademark: You must not search for a term that is already in the registered trademark register.

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