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20 Copyright and other publishing responsibilities

20.8 Trade marks

It is sometimes necessary to refer to a registered trade mark in a work. When referring to a trade mark care should be taken not to give the impression that it is being used with the approval of its owner, particularly when using in a trade mark in a title or on a cover. A registered trade mark is indicated by the symbol ®; ™ indicates rights that are claimed but not registered.

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New Hart's Rules

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Preface Editorial team Proofreading marks Glossary of printing and publishing terms