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pat·ent·ed

 (păt′n-tĭd)
adj.
1. Characteristic of, unique to, or originated by a particular person or group: Throughout the campaign, the candidate refuted his rival's criticisms with a series of patented responses.
2. Protected or conferred by a patent or letters patent: a patented process.

patented

(ˈpeɪtəntɪd)
adj
(Law) law covered by a patent
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.patented - (of devices and processes) protected by patent; "they are patented inventions"
proprietary - protected by trademark or patent or copyright; made or produced or distributed by one having exclusive rights; "`Tylenol' is a proprietary drug of which `acetaminophen' is the generic form"
Translations
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References in classic literature ?
But I suppose it is all humbug, like so many other patented articles.
Under the current system most of the world's people will have no access to new, patented drugs for up to 20 years.
Cost information relating to the existing or proposed patented product including cost accounting records and/or engineering feasibility studies.
Through our patented products and services, Gene Express has the unique opportunity to enable physicians to assess the risks of cancer and other diseases, permitting early detection and diagnosis, and choosing the best course of therapy for each individual patient," said Dr.
These labs are responsible for such recently patented and patent pending products as terrorism insurance, 401(k) disability insurance and reversionary annuities, he said.
174 were not subject to recapture on a subsequent sale of the resulting patented and unpatented technology.
On the centennial of the Patent Office's creation, in 1985, Mikimoto, who patented the method for growing cultured pearls and founded the Mikimoto company, was chosen as one of Japan's top 10 inventors.
The Maillefer barrier, patented here in 1967, was the first barrier or melt-separation device used in a feed screw.
More than one third of the technologies IBM patented last year are already being applied to IBM product and service offerings.
resident who has successfully patented a small yellow bean--as well as its seeds and any plant grown from it--that they claim belongs to Mexico.
Athena is now owned by another drug company, Elan, currently involved in a legal struggle with the nonprofit Mayo Clinic over the clinic's Alzheimer's research using mice containing a human gene patented by the company.