"While we are disappointed by the Federal Circuit's ruling, we take comfort in the observation of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board that issued the ruling affirmed by the Federal Circuit (registration number 2,694,613) that, while it refused to register this mark as inherently distinctive, 'the fact that (Chippendales) already owns an incontestable registration for the Cuffs and Collar Mark should serve as no small consolation in spite of our decision here,' " adds Denberg. Perry White secures a loan to buy a controlling interest in the newspaper, making David Warfield a minority shareholder and protecting the paper from any further takeovers. Another Superman film was not released until Superman Returns in 2006. For the Supergirl episode, see, afi.com/members/catalog/DetailView.aspx?s=&Movie=57838, sfn error: no target: CITEREFAndersen2008 (, "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)", "And Now . and is used herein pursuant to a license from Chippendales USA, L.L.C. Official Sites. , "The Quest for Peace" redirects here. "Chippendales owns an incontestable federal registration for the Cuffs and Collar registration covering exotic entertainment services for women," says Kevin Denberg, Managing Partner, Chippendales.
 The first Nuclear Man was somewhat more inhuman-looking than his successor, and vaguely resembled in looks, and significantly in personality, the comic book character Bizarro. Having little or no presence on the Comic Con circuit too, it is a mystery to me as to what has become of the man. ", Lois indicates a desire to quit and seizes Superman's recovered cape for herself. The mark should never be incorporated into a sentence as an ordinary phrase. The story of the Chippendales is being turned into a movie starring Dev Patel as Steve Banerjee, the Indian immigrant who created the exotic male dance troupe in Los Angeles in 1979. The word "Chippendales" is both the name of the company and the trademark or service mark for the goods and services offered by the company. Chippendales owns a federal registration for the famous cuffs and collar costume worn by its dancers (known as "trade dress"). . UK ticketholder scoops £79MILLION EuroMillions jackpot, Camelot reveals.
No, the one man that proved to be more than a match for the Last Son of Krypton is the often ridiculed, yet unforgettable Nuclear Man. A recording left by his mother Lara states that its power can be used only once.
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