LOW RISE BRIEFS

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AQUA DEFENSE Gildan Activewear SRL Newton
Christ Church BB17047
Barbados
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EVERY THREAD COUNTS Gildan Activewear SRL Christ Church
BB
Newton BB17047
Barbados
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GILDAN Gildan Activewear SRL Gildan House, 34 Warrens
St. Michael
Barbados
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GILDAN PERFORMANCE Gildan Activewear SRL Newton
Christ Church BB17047
Barbados
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GILDAN PLATINUM Gildan Activewear SRL Newton
Christ Church BB17047
Barbados
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GILDAN PREMIUM COTTON Gildan Activewear SRL Gildan House, 34 Warrens
St. Michael
Barbados
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GILDAN SOF'TAG Gildan Activewear SRL Christ Church
BB
Newton BB17047
Barbados
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GILDAN SOFTSTYLE Gildan Activewear SRL Gildan House, 34 Warrens
St. Michael
Barbados
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GILDAN SPORT + DRYBLEND Gildan Activewear SRL Newton
Christ Church BB17047
Barbados
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GILTOUCH SOFTWEAR Gildan Activewear SRL Newton
Christ Church BB17047
Barbados
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NORDIX Techno Trade LLC 81 Main Street
Warrenton VA 20186
(Based on Use in Commerce) Short-sleeved ...
 

Where the owner name is not linked, that owner no longer owns the brand

   
Technical Examples
  1. A method for accounting for negative bias temperature instability in a rise delay of a circuit design, the method comprising the steps of create a cell and net model library with original rise numbers, construct the circuit design from the cell and net models, for each cell and net in the circuit design, calculate an original rise delay, apply a negative bias temperature instability model to determine a parameter shift, determine a new rise number from the parameter shift, and calculate a new rise delay by original rise delay* (original rise number)/(new rise number).