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The genericide of trademarks  (2004) is an essay by John Dwight Ingram, professor of law at Harvard. He describes how brands can

"become(s) the common descriptive name" of a certain product; at that point the trademark holder will no longer have the exclusive right to its use"

The book also contains some examples from trademark generalisations, these are listed below.

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