|| LEARN FOR GLORY
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PUBLISHED FOR OPPOSITION
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||Providing online educational computer games
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||The mark consists of cartoon depictions of six historical figures. Starting from the top left is a depiction of Aristotle wearing a turquoise robe with a gold colored shoulder epaulette, brown Grecian scandals, clutching a rolled tan scroll with a red ribbon in his left hand wearing a brown arm guard and a lose tan scroll with a red ribbon and a red book with an orange ribbon in his right hand and is perched with one leg on a yellow and gold wooden stand. He has a grey and white mustache, beard and hair, wearing a green laurel wreath in his hair, with brown and white eyes, tan skin with pink undertones and pink lips. To the right of Aristotle and on the top center is a depiction of Leonardo Da Vinci wearing a brown shirt and brown trousers, with blue socks and black boots, wearing a dark brown hat and a metallic grey and brown arm guard. He has tan skin, pink lips, with a grey and white mustache, beard and hair and brown and white eyes. He is clutching a gold colored trident, with one of the pointed trident spikes depicting a paintbrush with blue and red binding. To the immediate right of Leonardo Da Vinci is a depiction of Napoléon Bonaparte wearing a red, white, and navy blue military jacket with red cuffs with golden yellow shoulder epaulettes, and white trousers with black boots. He is wearing a black Napoleonic hat with a red, white and blue rosette fastened by a black strap with a golden button. He has tan skin with pink undertones, pink lips, dark brown hair and brown and white eyes. He is clutching a sheathed black and gold sword in his left hand and in his right hand clutching a dark grey and black canon with brown-rimmed wheels. Inside the canon is a red book with white pages. Below Napoléon Bonaparte is a depiction of William Shakespeare wearing a stripped blue, black, yellow and white Elizabethan era shirt and trousers with a white Elizabethan collar, white and gold cuffs, white socks and brown shoes, clutching a metallic grey bow and arrow, with the arrow depicted as a white writing ink quill. He has a brown mustache, beard and hair, with brown and white eyes, pink lips and tan skin with pink undertones. To the immediate left of Shakespeare is a depiction of Cleopatra wearing a white dress with gold and turquoise decorations, a turquoise blue cape, gold and yellow arm jewelry, standing with one leg forward in gold sandals. She is clutching a blue and gold cane with a green and gold cobra with white fangs and a pink tongue. She has tan skin with pink undertones and pink lips, turquoise and white eyes with turquoise and yellow eye make-up. She has black and blue hair with gold hair ornaments and a gold colored headpiece. To the immediate left of Cleopatra is a depiction of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wearing a white shirt, a red and orange jacket with orange and white cuffs, red and orange trousers, white socks and black shoes with orange buckles, clutching a brown and black violin. He has grey and white hair, green and white eyes and tan skin with pink undertones and pink lips. The six historical figures flank the wording "LEARN FOR GLORY" in yellow letters situated in the center of the image with a depiction of a yellow bird within a brown background that is framed in a metallic grey. In the wider background of the six historical figures and the wording "LEARN FOR GLORY", the top half is a portrayal of the Roman Coliseum in blue and black and the bottom half is a portrayal of a library with brown shelves containing books in the colors of brown, red, green, yellow, white and blue and a gold colored floor.
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LEARN FOR GLORY
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||Drawing/Design + Words
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Stylized men, including men depicted in caricature form (Human Beings - Men) see more design...
Women wearing crowns or other symbols of royalty, including queens and princesses (Human Beings - Women) see more design...
Romans, Greeks or Egyptian women (ancient dress) (Human Beings - Women) see more design...
Stylized women, including women depicted in caricature form (Human Beings - Women) see more design...
Birds or bats in flight or with outspread wings (Animals - Birds, Bats) see more design...
Men's narrow - brimmed hats, including fedoras and derbies (Textile, Clothing, Headwear, Footwear & Sewing accessories. - Headwear) see more design...
Canes, walking sticks, shepherd's crooks (Tobacco, smokers' materials; fans; toilet articles' medical devices and apparatus, and tablets, capsules or powders. - Fans, canes, umbrellas) see more design...
Chests of drawers, sideboards, buffets, workbenches, butchers' blocks, store counters, sets of shelves, including bookcases, china closets (Furniture and Plumbing fixtures. - Furniture ) see more design...
Scrolls, rolls of paper, including rolled wallpaper, toilet paper, paper towels and aluminum foil (Writing, drawing or painting materials, office materials, stationery and books - Paper goods, documents) see more design...
Other stringed instruments, including violins and harps (Musical instruments and their accessories; bells; sculptures - Musical instruments and their accessories) see more design...
Tridents (Heraldry, flags, crowns, crosses, arrows and symbols - Emblems, insignia ) see more design...
Straight line(s), band(s) or bar(s) (Geometric figures and solids - Lines, bands, bars, chevrons and angles) see more design...
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