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Hi again
	Here is some info I found at this url.

The marking of an article as patented when it is not in fact patented is
against the law and subjects the offender to a penalty.
Some persons mark articles sold with the terms "Patent Applied For" or
"Patent Pending." These phrases have no legal effect,
but only give information that an application for patent has been filed
in the Patent and Trademark Office. The protection
afforded by a patent does not start until the actual grant of the
patent. False use of these phrases or their equivalent is

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