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Dec. 14, 2012
TARAH KI HARDY LUDLOW
Condoms; 026; 039; 044
Abandoned because no Statement of Use or Extension Request timely filed after Notice of Allowance was issued. To view all documents in this file, click on the Trademark Document Retrieval link at the top of this page.
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