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markman

(ˈmɑːkˌmæn)
n, pl -men
(Historical Terms) history a person who lived in and owned part of a mark
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July 19: Cushman & Wakefield future leaders group host Markman Madness, the second annual Glenn Markman Legacy 3-on-3 basketball tournament at Basketball Cit, 299 South Street, Manhattan, from 5.
One of the things I always said is it's sort of unfortunate that everyone we know has a mind and almost nobody knows how it works," said Art Markman, founding director of the Human Dimensions of Organisations programme at the University of Texas at Austin.
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Summary: In 1996, the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Markman, et al.
If you don't have constraints, the first things you'll come up with are the most accessible memories," Markman says.
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In a Markman ruling, a district court hearing a patent infringement case interprets and rules on the scope and meaning of disputed patent claim language regarding the patents in suit.
Drawing on his work at a top multinational corporation and his scholarly work, psychologist Art Markman from University of Texas at Austin, says science confirms that smart thinking is not an innate quality but rather a skill to be cultivated.
Swedish private equity investor Ratos (STO:RATO B) said Thursday it has agreed to sell its 30% stake in clean air technologies and air filters firm Camfil to its majority shareholders, the Larson and Markman families, for SEK1.
For clinicians, students, fellows, and researchers, Bast and Markman (translational and clinical research, U.