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01. I don't care what [brand] of jeans I buy; I just want them to be comfortable.
02. If you buy the no-name [brand] of canned soup, it is much cheaper.
03. The young teenager was [branded] as a trouble-maker after getting into a fight with two different guys in the first week of school.
04. Canada's [brand] of democratic socialism is quite different from that found in Europe.
05. My friend paid over $200 for a pair of designer [brand] sunglasses.
06. Campbell's is the number one selling [brand] of spaghetti sauce in the country.
07. The Ambassador was [branded] as sexist as a result of his comments regarding the need for women to stay at home, and raise children.
08. Nowadays companies seem to be promoting their [brands] as saleable items even more than the actual products.
09. In 1942, Japanese-Canadians were [branded] 'enemy aliens' by the highest authority in the land.
10. Children seem to be too focused on [brands] when they buy clothes, and are always worried about being cool.
11. The most valuable [brand] name in the world is Coca-Cola, which is worth over 48 billion dollars.
12. A television commercial advertising a [brand] of Israeli milk was filmed aboard the Russian space station Mir.
13. Companies sponsor major sporting events in order to achieve [brand] recognition.
14. African slaves sent to the New World were chained hand and foot, and [branded] with the trader's mark, like cattle.
15. The 3 most valuable [brand] names on earth are: Marlboro, Coca-Cola, and Budweiser, in that order.
16. The World Health Organization recently stated that cigarette [brands] should not be identified in movies because the practice encourages people to smoke.
17. There are currently about 20,000 [brands] of beer which are brewed in 180 styles worldwide.

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