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Sept. 30, 2012
TINA LOUISE SNAPP
Adhesive note paper; Advertising signs of paper; Art paper; Blank paper notebooks; Boxes of cardboard or paper; Boxes, cartons, storage containers, and packaging containers made of paper or cardboard; Business card paper; Calendar-finished paper; Calendered paper; Calligraphy paper; Carbon paper; Carbon paper; Carbonless paper; Cardboard made from paper mulberry (senkasi); Cellophane paper; Coasters made of paper; Collapsible boxes of paper; Copier paper; Copy paper; Corrugated paper; Corrugated paper panels laminated with bleached white paper primarily for application of printed media for further use in signage applications; Craft paper; Decorative stickers for helmets; Digital printing paper; Drawing paper; Embroidery design patterns; Envelope paper; Figures made of paper; File drawer pocket made of various fabrics for holding files and papers that slides onto the front of a cabinet or drawer via an integrated pocket; Filing folders, paper labels and printed instructional materials for organizing personal files; Flags and pennants of paper; Free-standing and wall-mounted paper and cardboard boxes for depositing a written message or prayer wishing a loved one well, for use in hospitals, elder care residences, schools, and institutions for children with special needs; Gift wrap paper; Hand towels of paper; Handpainted paper wine bottle labels; Heat sensitive paper; Heat transfer paper; Honeycomb paper; Hygienic paper; Illustration paper; Imitation leather paper; India paper; Label paper; Laminated paper; Laser print paper; Letter paper; Letterhead paper; Lining paper; Luminous paper; Magazine paper; Magnetic bumper stickers; Magnetic paper; Manifold paper; Moistureproof cellophane paper; Mulch paper; Napkins of paper for removing make-up; Paper; Paper banners; Paper board; Paper for bags and sacks; Paper for photocopies; Paper for printing photographs; Paper for use in making signs; Paper for use in the graphic arts industry; Paper for use in the manufacture of wallpaper; Paper for wrapping and packaging; Paper gift bags; Paper gift cards; Paper gift tags; Paper gift wrap; Paper identification tags; Paper labels; Paper letters and numbers for use in making signs, posters, business cards; Paper name badges; Paper note tablets; Paper notebooks; Paper party bags; Paper ribbons; Paper sheets for note taking; Paper shopping bags; Paper signboards; Paper stationery; Paper tags; Paper towels; Paper transparencies; Paper tray covers; Paper trimmers; Paper washcloths; Paper weights; Papers for use in the graphic arts industry; Paraffined paper; Parchment paper; Party goodie bags of paper or plastic; Party ornaments of paper; Pennants of paper; Placards of paper or cardboard; Place mats of paper; Postcard paper; Posters made of paper; Printed advertising boards of paper; Printed collector cards made primarily of paper but also including metal; Printed matter, namely, paper signs, books, manuals, curriculum, newsletters, informational cards and brochures in the field of action sports; Printed pamphlets, brochures, manuals, books, booklets, leaflets, flyers, informational sheets and newsletters, adhesive backed stickers, and kits comprising one or more of the foregoing materials in the field of action sports ( skateboard, snowboard, dirtbike, surfing); Printed paper labels; Printed paper signs; Printed paper signs, namely, table tents; Printing paper; Printing papers; Proofing paper; Protective covers for sheets or paper and pages of books and the like; Publication paper; Recycled paper; Reproduction paper; Rice paper; Stickers; Stickers and decalcomanias; Works of art made of paper; Wrapping paper; Writing paper; 002; 005; 022; 023; 029; 037; 038; 050
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