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2015-02-26 04:21:35

LONDON and NEW YORK, February 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Candyspace has announced today its expansion into the United States, opening up two offices based in New York and

2015-02-25 16:22:03

BRUSSELS and WASHINGTON, Feb. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Enhesa, the market leader in global environmental, health and safety compliance assurance officially launched their new brand logo.

2015-02-25 08:30:13

KAREN WHITTEY APPOINTED CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF NEW FULL-SERVICE BRANDING AND ADVERTISING AGENCY WITHIN DKC NEW YORK, Feb.

2015-02-25 08:27:49

US Named #1 Country; Coca-Cola Named #1 Global Brand LONDON, Feb.

2015-02-24 23:17:59

New Tagline Implemented to Address Customer Needs, Reflect Company Philosophies Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 23, 2015

2015-02-24 12:24:21

Long Island Brand Storytelling Agency Shares Seven Steps to Brandtelling Success SMITHTOWN, N.Y., Feb.

2015-02-24 08:40:59

GLEN CARBON, Ill., Feb. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- FASTechnology Group will be on hand with a double feature at the upcoming 2015 Store Brands Innovation & Marketing Summit in Chicago.

2015-02-20 16:25:51

Acquires Live Clean® Personal Care Brand in Canada Expands Health and Beauty Care Offerings with Diversified Line of Baby, Body and Hair Care Products LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., Feb.


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2010-10-11 21:16:18

Liquid Paper, a brand of the Newell Rubbermaid Company, is a type of correction fluid used to fix typewriting in the past and now handwriting mistakes. Bette Nesmith Graham created the first correction fluid in 1951. Since she worked as a typist she made many mistakes and wanted to correct them, so she started with tempera paint and created what she called Mistake Out. She even provided her co-workers with bottles that had the brand name on it. Soon Graham was fired from her typist job...

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Word of the Day
meacock
  • An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
  • A timorous, cowardly fellow.
Probably a blend of meek and cock, or from meek +‎ -ock (“diminutive suffix”).