CRAFTS MATERIALS

Brand (click to sort) Owner Address Description
BIG HOLIDAY ADVENTURE MOVIE Big Balloon Adventure Movie, LLC Suite 5
46600 Romeo Plank Road
Macomb MI 48044
Printed goods, books, coloring books, activity ...
BIG FAMILY ADVENTURE MOVIE Big Balloon Adventure Movie, LLC Suite 5
46600 Romeo Plank Road
Macomb MI 48044
Printed goods, books, coloring books, activity ...
DABBY Clarence J. Venne, LLC 7900 North Radcliffe St.
Bristol PA 19006
Arts and crafts materials for adults ...
SCRAPPIN' BETTY Hackney, Stephanie 6814 Moorhen Place
Carlsbad CA 92009
Scrapbooking and crafts materials, scrapbooks, scrapbook ...
PLAYDATE CENTRAL INTERNATIONAL PLAYTHINGS LLC 75D Lackawanna Avenue
Parsippany NJ 07054
TOYS AND PLAYTHINGS, CARD GAMES, BOARD ...
SUPERBUNNY James, Carolina P. O. Box 23698
London N80WS
United Kingdom
Multimedia training, education and entertainment services, ...
PINKPOWERFUL! Melnychuck, Karen E. 2 Portola Green Circle
Portola Valley CA 94028
G and S: a series of ...
DIT Moomah LLC 161 Hudson St. #1C
New York NY 10013
Educational services, providing workshops in the ...
DO-IT-TOGETHER Moomah LLC 161 Hudson St. #1C
New York NY 10013
Educational services, providing workshops in the ...
TULIP TREASURES POLYMERICS, INC. 180 ELM STREET
WALTHAM MA 02254
decorative arts and crafts materials, iron-on ...
TREASURES POLYMERICS, INC. 180 ELM STREET
WALTHAM MA 02254
decorative arts and crafts material, iron-on ...
PURPLICIOUS VICTORIA KANN, INC. 3 JONATHAN LANE
WESTPORT CT 06880
Entertainment and educational services, providing a ...
SILVERLICIOUS VICTORIA KANN, INC. 3 JONATHAN LANE
WESTPORT CT 06880
Downloadable word games and downloadable coloring ...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. Method and structure for optimizing dual damascene patterning with polymeric dielectric materials are disclosed. Certain embodiments of the invention comprise polymeric sacrificial light absorbing materials ("polymer SLAM") functionalized to have a controllable solubility switch wherein such polymeric materials have substantially the same etch rate as conventionally utilized polymeric dielectric materials, and subsequent to chemical modification of solubility-modifying protecting groups comprising the SLAM materials by thermal treatment or in-situ generation of an acid, such SLAM materials become soluble in weak bases, such as those conventionally utilized to remove materials in lithography treatments.