Can Star Wars exist in a shop, irrespective of the items being sold, but based on "non-applicable" architecture?

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Can Star Wars exist in a shop, irrespective of the items being sold, but based on "non-applicable" architecture?

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If there is a shop, which sells Star Wars toys, but the architecture of the shop isn't Star Wars-themed, can the shop still possess "Star Wars in the abstract" within it?
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trokanmariel wrote: Tue Jan 25, 2022 11:04 pm If there is a shop, which sells Star Wars toys, but the architecture of the shop isn't Star Wars-themed, can the shop still possess "Star Wars in the abstract" within it?
Only when a skylight is installed permitting daylight.
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