From: Patrick Andries (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 11 2002 - 00:28:26 EDT
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De : "Doug Ewell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Envoyé : 10 oct. 2002 23:34
> Michael Everson <everson at evertype dot com> wrote:
> > There is no character encoded in Unicode which is a superscript
> > capital M with capital R. I have never seen MR set in type in the
> > same way that TM is, and indeed the abbreviation seems a bit doubtful
> > to me. (Marca Registrada is usually used for 'registered (trade)ark'
> > while "trademark" proper is 'marca de fábrica'.) For "Registered
> > Trademark" you can use the circled R.
<sup>MD </sup> (« marque déposée ») is quite often used in Canada to
See SIGAL<sup>MD</sup> in
http://wwww.technomedia.ca/website/Francais/SIGAL_desc.htm and its English
See RailRoader<sup>MD</Sup> in
http://www.cn.ca/productsservices/roadrailer/fr_KFRoadRailer.shtml and its
I do not believe this is used in France.
For TM, the recommended French abbreviation in Canada is <sup>MC</sup> («
marque de commerce » ). Ideally the MD and MC should be in small caps.
See http://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/fr/amquablo/bafl/index.cfm and its English
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Unicode en français
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