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Copyright the "h" prefix

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Jutta should copyright the lower-case "h" as a prefix for a range of product lines.

If Apple can copyright "i", why not ?

We are keen to offer BorgCo services as CEM's for the putative hPod and hPhone ...

8th of 7, Oct 16 2013

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       //If Apple can copyright "i", why not ?//   

       Yes, but given that Apple have not, what then?   

       In any event, I'd go for p rather than h. The pPod, the pPad...
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 20 2013
  

       Doesn't the use of the "t" belong to Yorkshire? As I'm going to t'pub?
AusCan531, Oct 20 2013
  

       T'glottal stop is used in both Lancashire and Yorkshire.   

       It is best not to enquire further, lest a recommencement of hostilities is provoked.
8th of 7, Oct 20 2013
  

       This turns up in London, butter becomes bu'er. We won't even talk about muvver and bruvver...   

       Also works in Arabic, the medium so-so district of Dokki, in Cairo becomes Do'i.
not_morrison_rm, Oct 20 2013
  

       There is a fairly critical difference between a copyright and a trademark.
MechE, Oct 21 2013
  
      
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