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What is the difference between trademarks patents and copyrights?

 A patent is a legal monopoly, granted by the U.S. Patent and  Trademark Office (PTO), for the use, manufacture and sale of an  invention. Patents on useful devices, calle (MORE)

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What is the difference between a trademark and a patent?

  Answer   There are several major differences. First, a patent protects the owner of an invention from letting other people make, use, sell or import the patented in (MORE)

Are there deaf police officers in the United States?

Yes there are three known deaf police officers in the United States. Two male officers and one female.Each one of us HAD to excel do work the road. (HWK) Yes there is. In (MORE)

How many police officers are employed in the United States?

There are as of 2006, 683,396 full time state, city, university and  college, metropolitan and non-metropolitan county, and other law  enforcement officers in the United Sta (MORE)

What is the Patent and Trademark Office?

"Patents protect the functional expressions of an idea not the idea  itself ; whereas Trademark protects the symbol that indicates the  source or origin of the goods and ser (MORE)