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Sept. 30, 2012
CHRISTOPHER M LAW
Lighting fixtures; electric light fixtures; light emitting diode lighting fixtures; light bulbs; LED light bulbs; flashlights; fluorescent lamps; solar light fixtures, namely, indoor and outdoor solar powered lighting units and fixtures; lights for vehicles; LED lights for vehicles; sinks integrated into counters or countertops; baths, bathtubs, whirlpool baths and bath installations; drinking fountains; beverage dispensing units; hot water heaters; air conditioning apparatus and installations; sanitary installations in the nature of steam rooms; bed warmers; heaters and warmers for medical and surgical solutions; heating systems for residential and commercial buildings comprised of biomass burners, boilers, valves, pipes, manifolds, solar panels, control panels, switches and electrical wire, all sold as a unit; solar heat collection panels; solar collectors for heating; solar energy receivers; 013; 021; 023; 031; 034; 100; 101; 102; 100; 103; 106
Abandoned because the applicant failed to respond or filed a late response to an Office action. To view all documents in this file, click on the Trademark Document Retrieval link at the top of this page.
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