Crayony is a word used to describe a small, independent business that sells products or services that were developed by a large manufacturer.
It is not an industry, as such, and has no formal affiliation with the maker of the products, such as McDonald’s or Nike.
Cheese packaging, for example, is a trademarked trade mark of a multinational firm, and the logo is usually placed on products sold by a big company.
The word crayon comes from the Latin word for “egg”, and the word for cheese comes from “cronus”.
The term crayona comes from an Italian word for a crumb of dough.
The term “cheese” comes from French, which means “a white, floury, dough”.
“Cheese” is a relatively recent word to be used in Australia, and was used by the Austronesian country for about two centuries.
It has also been used in Britain, the US and elsewhere in Europe.
What are the rules for trademarks?
A trademark has a number of distinctive characteristics.
It has to be registered with the Australian trademark office.
It can be a trade mark, a mark used by an organisation or industry or a term that relates to an item.
If you own a trademark, you must follow the rules of the Australian Trademark Office.
These are quite detailed, so if you’re not sure about what you need to do to protect your trademark, contact the trademark office in person to learn more.