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Dec. 17, 2012
EDWARD JOHN FENNESSY
Linens, namely, bed linens, bath linens, table linens, dining linens, kitchen linens and household linens; shower curtains; shower curtain liners; mattress pads of cotton; mattress pads of foam; bedding, namely, comforters, bed sheets, shams, pillow cases, bed skirts, bed spreads, bed blankets, coverlets, duvets, quilts and throws; table linens not of paper, namely, placemats, napkins, table cloths, fabric table runners and coasters; fabric window coverings, namely, curtains, draperies, sheers, swags, valances; towels; wash cloths; dish cloths; oven mitts; unfitted fabric furniture slip covers; bath mitts; fitted toilet lid covers; 042; 050
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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