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Lighted scarecrow
D570730 Lighted scarecrow
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Inventor: Garrison
Date Issued: June 10, 2008
Application: D/236,306
Filed: August 15, 2005
Inventors: Garrison; John D. (Tannersville, NY)
Assignee:
Primary Examiner: Reid; Stella M.
Assistant Examiner: Oswecki; Elizabeth J
Attorney Or Agent: Galasso; Raymond M.Galasso & Associates, LP
U.S. Class: D11/128; D11/117; D11/125
Field Of Search: D11/117; D11/121; D11/125; D11/127; D11/128; D11/129; D11/131; D11/157; D11/158; D11/160; D21/398; D21/576; D21/587; D21/621; D21/627; D21/629; 428/7; 428/8; 428/9; 428/11
International Class: 1105
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Abstract:
Claim: CLAIM The ornamental design for a lighted scarecrow, as shown and described.
Description: The FIGURE is a front, perspective view of a lighted scarecrow showing my new design.

All surfaces not shown form no part of the claimed design.

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