As they grow, spiderlings build increasingly larger webs at ever greater heights, until they reach maturity and construct their trademark two-foot diameter web between tree limbs, tall grasses or other suitably elevated, sunny location.
Some claim Swift's flattened hairdo made her look much older, while others note that the singer's naturally curly hair is as much a part of her image as her voice, so she should stick with her trademark spiral perm-like ringlets.
These wallets are very often made in black, although certain seasons have allowed for other colors like smoke, the Prada pink (a trademark color that portrays a softly muted almost baby pink) and a light silvery blue.
The maxim "a shake for breakfast, a shake for lunch, and a sensible dinner" is the company's trademark, though the company has progressed far beyond the powdered shake mixes that were its trademark for so many years.
Although some sources may say that Blanka's beastly appearance is a result of Shadoloo genetic experimentation, official reports indicate that his trademark green skin came from years of rubbing against chlorophyll.
A franchise business opportunity is a way of doing business where a franchisee purchases a license for a successful business and trademark, duplicating operations as determined and directed by the franchisor.
The first season has some really great episodes, such as the night the owners of Trademark Properties staked out one of their houses under reconstruction in order to catch people stealing building materials.
The courier-style bag is known for its trademark design: wide, usually rectangular and finished with a thick, sturdy strap that can be worn over the shoulder or across the chest in a "cross body" formation.
The pattern was somewhat recognizable then, but when the company decided to utilize the pattern on outer layers of clothing and accessories in the 1960s, the check pattern became Burberry's trademark.
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