descriptive name

descriptive name

Written indication on maps and charts, used to specify the nature of a feature (natural or artificial) shown by a general symbol.
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They tripped along the murky aisles with the rest of the com- pany, visiting the familiar wonders of the cave -- wonders dubbed with rather over- descriptive names, such as "The Draw- ing-Room," "The Cathedral," "Aladdin's Palace," and so on.
Under the Equisoft master brand, each product is now clearly identified with a descriptive name to ensure greater clarity of the message: Equisoft/apply, Equisoft/analyze for advisors, Equisoft/analyze for wholesalers, Equisoft/centralize, Equisoft/connect, Equisoft/design, Equisoft/illustrate, Equisoft/manage and Equisoft/plan.
Next is a descriptive name. You can't trademark "car," however you can trademark "quick-breaking car."
The descriptive name of such means is what Tehran calls "Arab corridors", which so far consist of the six Arab Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) states with Bahrain being its easiest to penetrate in view of its Shi'ite community - the majority of its Sunni-ruled island-state; its direct neighbour Iraq; Lebanon where Hizbullah is its first "corridor" created in 1982; Syria, having a chaotic war since 2011; and Yemen, invaded in March 2015 by a Saudi-led coalition of Arab/GCC forces to crush an Iran-guided alliance of Zaidi Shi'ite rebels of the Houthi clan and ex-President Ali-Abdullah Saleh forces.
As may be predicted by the descriptive name, the skin findings are often accompanied by fever, leukocytosis, and other extracutaneous manifestations.
Although, now they are called "app shortcuts," which might be the least descriptive name ever.
In rugby football, the descriptive name British Lions was a strong touring title.
White-labeling involves grouping various investment managers, asset classes or investment styles under a descriptive name that describes the strategy.
The very hairy stems and foliage give the plant a distinctive silvery appearance, almost white, hence the descriptive name, nivea .
Ichthyosis hystrix is a descriptive name for a heterogeneous group of keratinization disorders sharing similar clinical features of massive, spiky or verrucous lesions clinically and epidermolytic hyperkeratosis histologically.4 It was first described between 1731-1851 in the Lambert family of Suffolk affecting 11 family members in four generations, the first one being Edward Lambert (along with his descendants,known as the porcupine men).
"First of all, New Casinos would like to know how the company came up with such a short and descriptive name," says Markus Jalmerot, Chief Executive of New Casinos Ltd.

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