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Financial terms in "Ipos"

1. registration fee

2. secondary liquidity

3. management's discussion and analysis

4. Initial Public Offering

5. lockup period

6. syndicate

7. circle

8. impact day

9. pre-IPO placement

10. Public Company

11. Public Issue

12. offering size

13. spinning

14. Reverse Takeover

15. subscription period

16. institutional pot

17. Offering price

18. investment banking

19. friends and family offering

20. investment banking group

21. Securities and Exchange Commission

22. release letter

23. Direct Public Offering

24. Comment Letter

25. co-underwriter

26. allotment

27. assimilation

28. forced initial public offering

29. firm commitment offering

30. Public Securities Association

31. Registered Company

32. special offering

33. reverse greenshoe option

34. devolvement

35. book building

36. buy, strip and flip

37. Waiting Period

38. New Issue

39. broker loan

40. beauty contest

41. due diligence

42. friendly hands

43. hot IPO

44. secondary distribution

45. directed share program

46. book running manager

47. accelerated bookbuild

48. mispriced

49. green shoe

50. issue date

51. underwriting group

52. repackaging

53. standby underwriting

54. Cooling-Off Period

55. Investment bank

56. subsequent distribution

57. final negotiations

58. Underwriting

59. carve-out

60. quote-only period

61. competitive bid

62. Corporate Financing Committee

63. gun jumping

64. competitive offering

65. Form S-1

66. dual syndicate equity offering

67. underwriter's warrants

68. back stop

69. DPO

70. Exit Strategy

71. IPO ETF

72. shadow calendar

73. issue by tender

74. subsequent offering

75. general public distribution

76. Firm Commitment

77. calendar report

78. gross proceeds

79. collar

80. Dutch Auction

81. investment banker

82. broken ipo

83. Reverse Merger

84. when distributed

85. quiet filing

86. follow on public offer (FPO)

87. issuance date

88. deficiency letter

89. crossover investor

90. allottee

91. group sale

92. initial delivery

93. day to day (DTD)

94. undersubscription

95. selling shareholders

96. originate

97. registration

98. Registration Statement

99. fully distributed issue

100. price talk

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Mere Descriptiveness

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statutory basis (trademark act Section 2(e)(1), 15 U.S.C. Section 1052(e)(1), TMEP 1209 et seq. for refusing registration of trademarks and service marks because the proposed mark merely describes an ingredient, quality, characteristic, function, feature, purpose or use of the specified goods or services. With regard to trademark significance, matter may be categorized along a continuum, ranging from marks that are highly distinctive to matter that is a generic name for the goods or services. The degree of descriptiveness can be determined only by considering it in relation to the specific goods or services. At one extreme are marks that are completely arbitrary or fanciful. Next on the continuum are suggestive marks, followed by merely descriptive matter. Finally, generic terms for the goods or services are at the opposite end of the continuum from arbitrary or fanciful marks. The major reasons for not protecting descriptive marks are: (1) to prevent the owner of a mark from inhibiting competition in the sale of particular goods or services; and (2) to maintain freedom of the public to use the language involved, thus avoiding the possibility of harassing infringement suits by the registrant against others who use the mark when advertising or describing their own products. (See also descriptive mark)

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