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Thanks - I know that. I have a list of TM and patent offices all over
the place. What I didn't want to do was to reinvent the wheel if someone
already had or had access to an already compiled list of trademarked
> Try the United States Patent and Trademark Office website
> (www.uspto.gov); they have a search feature that allows you to search
> for trademarks.