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Sept. 29, 2012
MARK SPARACINO, V
Toys, Games and playthings, namely, action figures and accessories therefor; stuffed toy animals; baby's multiple activity toys; toy bakeware and cookware; balloons; toy banks; bath toys; bathtub toys; inflatable bath toys; ride-on toys; inflatable ride-on toys, equipment sold as a unit for playing card games; toy cars; dolls, beanbag dolls; paper dolls, rag dolls, soft sculpture dolls, doll accessories and playsets therefor, namely, doll cases, doll clothing; doll house furnishings, doll costumes; stuffed toys; checker sets; chess sets; children's play cosmetics; child's multiple activity toys; toy construction blocks; infant's action crib toys; flying discs; electronic hand held game units; electronic game equipment with a watch function; electronically operated toy motor vehicles; board games and game equipment sold as a unit for playing board games; card games; manipulative games; parlor games; role-playing games; stand-alone video parlor computer game machines; action type target games; rocking horses; jigsaw puzzles; kites; manipulative puzzles; paper face masks; toy model train sets; toy model vehicles and related accessories sold as a unit; electronically operated toy motor vehicles; electronic battery operated action toys; toy magic tricks, noisemakers; toy whistles; party favors in the nature of small toys; toy cap pistols; plush toys; soft sculpture plush toys; manipulative puzzles, namely, three dimensional cube type puzzles; toy record player for playing tunes sold as a unit with phonograph discs featuring music; skateboards; ice skates; toy roller skates; toy in-line skates and accessories, namely, knee, wrist, and elbow pads; water squirting toys; teddy bears; wind up walking toys; wind up toys; non-motorized non-electric mobile self-propelled non-riding transportation toys; ride-on toys; toy trucks; twirling batons; toy zip guns; gymnastic apparatus for children; balls, namely, playground balls, foam balls; swimming floats for recreational use; inflatable swimming pools for recreational use; kickboard floatation devices for recreational use; skipping ropes; jump ropes; snow sleds for recreational use; swim fins; inflatable and buoyant bath toys; musical toys; latex squeeze toys; playing cards; coin operated and non coin operated stand-alone video output game machines; 022; 023; 038; 050
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