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CATEGORY 28 INSCRIPTIONS IN VARIOUS CHARACTERS
 
Note: Naturally, no account should be taken, in a given country, of the divisions relating to inscriptions in characters normally used in that country. In such cases, the inscriptions constitute word marks.
28.1.

INSCRIPTIONS IN ARABIC CHARACTERS

28.3.

INSCRIPTIONS IN CHINESE, JAPANESE OR KOREAN CHARACTERS

28.5.

INSCRIPTIONS IN CYRILLIC CHARACTERS

28.7.

INSCRIPTIONS IN GREEK CHARACTERS

28.9.

INSCRIPTIONS IN HEBREW CHARACTERS

28.11.

INSCRIPTIONS IN LATIN CHARACTERS

28.17.

INSCRIPTIONS IN HISTORICAL, CUNEIFORM OR HIEROGLYPHIC CHARACTERS

28.19.

INSCRIPTIONS IN OTHER CHARACTERS

 28.1

INSCRIPTIONS IN ARABIC CHARACTERS

 28.3

INSCRIPTIONS IN CHINESE, JAPANESE OR KOREAN CHARACTERS

 28.5

INSCRIPTIONS IN CYRILLIC CHARACTERS

 28.7

INSCRIPTIONS IN GREEK CHARACTERS

 28.9

INSCRIPTIONS IN HEBREW CHARACTERS

 28.11

INSCRIPTIONS IN LATIN CHARACTERS

 28.17

INSCRIPTIONS IN HISTORICAL, CUNEIFORM OR HIEROGLYPHIC CHARACTERS

 28.19

INSCRIPTIONS IN OTHER CHARACTERS

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