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1 PANTONE Solid to Process PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:100 K:0 Proc. Yellow PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:51 K:0 100 PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:69 K:0 106 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:0 K:0 Proc. Magen. PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:79 K:0 101 PC PANTONE C:0 M:4 Y:79 K:0 107 PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:0 K:0 Proc. Cyan PC PANTONE C:0 M:1 Y:95 K:0 102 PC PANTONE C:0 M:6 Y:95 K:0 108 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:100 Proc. Black PC PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:100 K:0 Yellow PC PANTONE C:0 M:10 Y:100 K:0 109 PC PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:12 Y:100 K:7 110 PC PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:11 Y:100 K: PC 1 PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:100 K: PC 2 PANTONE C:0 M:10 Y:100 K: PC 3

2 PANTONE C:0 M:7 Y:66 K:0 113 PC PANTONE C:0 M:9 Y:58 K:0 120 PC PANTONE C:0 M:5 Y:31 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:8 Y:73 K:0 114 PC PANTONE C:0 M:11 Y:69 K:0 121 PC PANTONE C:0 M:9 Y:45 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:9 Y:80 K:0 115 PC PANTONE C:0 M:17 Y:80 K:0 122 PC PANTONE C:0 M:17 Y:62 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:16 Y:100 K:0 116 PC PANTONE C:0 M:24 Y:94 K:0 123 PC PANTONE C:0 M:29 Y:91 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:18 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:28 Y:100 K:6 124 PC PANTONE C:0 M:28 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:18 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:26 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:27 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:12 Y:100 K: PC 4 PANTONE C:0 M:25 Y:100 K: PC 5 PANTONE C:0 M:27 Y:100 K: PC 6

3 PANTONE C:0 M:7 Y:50 K:0 127 PC PANTONE C:0 M:11 Y:45 K:0 134 PC PANTONE C:0 M:14 Y:47 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:11 Y:65 K:0 128 PC PANTONE C:0 M:19 Y:60 K:0 135 PC PANTONE C:0 M:20 Y:56 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:16 Y:77 K:0 129 PC PANTONE C:0 M:27 Y:76 K:0 136 PC PANTONE C:0 M:29 Y:72 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:30 Y:100 K:0 130 PC PANTONE C:0 M:35 Y:90 K:0 137 PC PANTONE C:0 M:40 Y:90 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:32 Y:100 K:9 131 PC PANTONE C:0 M:42 Y:100 K:1 138 PC PANTONE C:0 M:44 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:28 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:37 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:41 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:20 Y:100 K: PC 7 PANTONE C:0 M:27 Y:100 K: PC 8 PANTONE C:0 M:36 Y:100 K: PC 9

4 PANTONE C:0 M:19 Y:51 K:0 141 PC PANTONE C:0 M:16 Y:37 K:0 148 PC PANTONE C:0 M:27 Y:54 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:28 Y:76 K:0 142 PC PANTONE C:0 M:23 Y:47 K:0 149 PC PANTONE C:0 M:33 Y:67 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:35 Y:85 K:0 143 PC PANTONE C:0 M:35 Y:70 K:0 150 PC PANTONE C:0 M:42 Y:77 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:48 Y:100 K:0 144 PC PANTONE C:0 M:48 Y:95 K:0 151 PC PANTONE C:0 M:53 Y:100 K:0 Orange 021 PC PANTONE C:0 M:47 Y:100 K:8 145 PC PANTONE C:0 M:51 Y:100 K:1 152 PC PANTONE C:0 M:58 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:43 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:46 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:53 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:28 Y:100 K: PC 10 PANTONE C:0 M:46 Y:100 K: PC 11 PANTONE C:0 M:53 Y:100 K: PC 12

5 PANTONE C:0 M:12 Y:28 K:0 155 PC PANTONE C:0 M:22 Y:34 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:15 Y:22 K:0 162 PC PANTONE C:0 M:22 Y:42 K:0 156 PC PANTONE C:0 M:34 Y:49 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:31 Y:44 K:0 163 PC PANTONE C:0 M:43 Y:70 K:0 157 PC PANTONE C:0 M:45 Y:72 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:46 Y:73 K:0 164 PC PANTONE C:0 M:61 Y:97 K:0 158 PC PANTONE C:0 M:56 Y:90 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:59 Y:96 K:0 165 PC PANTONE C:0 M:66 Y:100 K:7 159 PC PANTONE C:0 M:59 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:64 Y:100 K:0 166 PC PANTONE C:0 M:62 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:56 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:60 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:52 Y:100 K: PC 13 PANTONE C:0 M:56 Y:100 K: PC 14 PANTONE C:0 M:57 Y:100 K: PC 15

6 PANTONE C:0 M:31 Y:37 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:20 Y:20 K:0 169 PC PANTONE C:0 M:25 Y:18 K:0 176 PC PANTONE C:0 M:39 Y:48 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:40 Y:44 K:0 170 PC PANTONE C:0 M:45 Y:40 K:0 177 PC PANTONE C:0 M:49 Y:66 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:53 Y:68 K:0 171 PC PANTONE C:0 M:59 Y:56 K:0 178 PC PANTONE C:0 M:63 Y:91 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:66 Y:88 K:0 172 PC PANTONE C:0 M:75 Y:90 K:0 Warm Red PC PANTONE C:0 M:68 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:69 Y:100 K:4 173 PC PANTONE C:0 M:79 Y:100 K:0 179 PC PANTONE C:0 M:67 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:70 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:79 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:68 Y:100 K: PC 16 PANTONE C:0 M:65 Y:100 K: PC 17 PANTONE C:0 M:74 Y:100 K: PC 18

7 PANTONE C:0 M:38 Y:21 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:27 Y:12 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:26 Y:10 K:0 182 PC PANTONE C:0 M:47 Y:29 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:58 Y:36 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:46 Y:21 K:0 183 PC PANTONE C:0 M:67 Y:50 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:76 Y:60 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:68 Y:41 K:0 184 PC PANTONE C:0 M:84 Y:88 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:90 Y:86 K:0 Red 032 PC PANTONE C:0 M:91 Y:76 K:0 185 PC PANTONE C:0 M:94 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:99 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:81 K:4 186 PC PANTONE C:0 M:91 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:96 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:79 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:90 Y:100 K: PC 19 PANTONE C:0 M:90 Y:100 K: PC 20 PANTONE C:0 M:97 Y:100 K: PC 21

8 PANTONE C:0 M:37 Y:10 K:0 189 PC PANTONE C:0 M:28 Y:7 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:25 Y:4 K:0 196 PC PANTONE C:0 M:55 Y:22 K:0 190 PC PANTONE C:0 M:41 Y:9 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:45 Y:10 K:0 197 PC PANTONE C:0 M:76 Y:38 K:0 191 PC PANTONE C:0 M:71 Y:20 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:78 Y:33 K:0 198 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:68 K:0 192 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:55 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:62 K:0 199 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:66 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:57 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:63 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:64 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:56 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:63 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:60 K: PC 22 PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:60 K: PC 23 PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:61 K: PC 24

9 PANTONE C:0 M:34 Y:3 K:0 203 PC PANTONE C:0 M:39 Y:6 K:0 210 PC PANTONE C:0 M:28 Y:0 K:0 217 PC PANTONE C:0 M:58 Y:3 K:0 204 PC PANTONE C:0 M:55 Y:8 K:0 211 PC PANTONE C:2 M:61 Y:0 K:0 218 PC PANTONE C:0 M:84 Y:9 K:0 205 PC PANTONE C:0 M:72 Y:11 K:0 212 PC PANTONE C:1 M:88 Y:0 K:0 219 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:38 K:3 206 PC PANTONE C:0 M:95 Y:27 K:0 213 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:15 K:4 Rub. Red PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:43 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:34 K:8 214 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:13 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:36 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:35 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:15 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:34 K: PC 25 PANTONE C:0 M:95 Y:40 K: PC 26 PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:10 K: PC 27

10 PANTONE C:0 M:46 Y:0 K:0 223 PC PANTONE C:0 M:34 Y:0 K:0 230 PC PANTONE C:1 M:30 Y:0 K:0 236 PC PANTONE C:1 M:63 Y:0 K:0 224 PC PANTONE C:1 M:52 Y:0 K:0 231 PC PANTONE C:3 M:49 Y:0 K:0 237 PC PANTONE C:1 M:83 Y:0 K:0 225 PC PANTONE C:3 M:67 Y:0 K:0 232 PC PANTONE C:6 M:63 Y:0 K:0 238 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:0 K:0 226 PC PANTONE C:3 M:89 Y:0 K:0 Rhod. Red PC PANTONE C:11 M:79 Y:0 K:0 239 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:7 K: PC PANTONE C:11 M:100 Y:0 K:0 233 PC PANTONE C:18 M:94 Y:0 K:0 240 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:4 K: PC PANTONE C:6 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:27 M:100 Y:0 K:2 241 PC PANTONE C:0 M:100 Y:15 K: PC 28 PANTONE C:5 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 29 PANTONE C:10 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 30

11 PANTONE C:2 M:27 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:5 M:29 Y:0 K:0 243 PC PANTONE C:5 M:18 Y:0 K:0 250 PC PANTONE C:10 M:57 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:9 M:38 Y:0 K:0 244 PC PANTONE C:13 M:39 Y:0 K:0 251 PC PANTONE C:19 M:79 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:14 M:53 Y:0 K:0 245 PC PANTONE C:24 M:56 Y:0 K:0 252 PC PANTONE C:27 M:95 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:29 M:90 Y:0 K:0 246 PC PANTONE C:38 M:88 Y:0 K:0 Purple PC PANTONE C:34 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:36 M:100 Y:0 K:0 247 PC PANTONE C:43 M:95 Y:0 K:0 253 PC PANTONE C:33 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:40 M:100 Y:0 K:2 248 PC PANTONE C:50 M:100 Y:0 K:0 254 PC PANTONE C:37 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 31 PANTONE C:40 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 32 PANTONE C:51 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 33

12 PANTONE C:7 M:20 Y:0 K:0 256 PC PANTONE C:19 M:35 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:22 M:33 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:14 M:34 Y:0 K:0 257 PC PANTONE C:30 M:47 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:30 M:43 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:43 M:76 Y:0 K:0 258 PC PANTONE C:46 M:72 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:46 M:63 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:56 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:60 M:90 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:61 M:89 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:52 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:63 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:69 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:48 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:64 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:63 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:45 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 34 PANTONE C:58 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 35 PANTONE C:59 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 36

13 PANTONE C:29 M:36 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:10 M:14 Y:0 K:0 263 PC PANTONE C:28 M:27 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:40 M:45 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:26 M:28 Y:0 K:0 264 PC PANTONE C:40 M:36 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:59 M:66 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:54 M:56 Y:0 K:0 265 PC PANTONE C:54 M:49 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:85 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:79 M:90 Y:0 K:0 266 PC PANTONE C:62 M:60 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:81 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:89 M:100 Y:0 K:0 267 PC PANTONE C:98 M:100 Y:0 K:0 Violet PC PANTONE C:79 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:82 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:96 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:77 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 37 PANTONE C:78 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 38 PANTONE C:91 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 39

14 PANTONE C:31 M:27 Y:0 K:0 270 PC PANTONE C:40 M:30 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:19 M:9 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:43 M:37 Y:0 K:0 271 PC PANTONE C:57 M:45 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:45 M:29 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:58 M:48 Y:0 K:0 272 PC PANTONE C:77 M:68 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:79 M:66 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:96 Y:0 K:8 273 PC PANTONE C:100 M:95 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:91 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:95 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:92 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:98 M:100 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:97 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:94 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:98 M:100 Y:0 K: PC 40 PANTONE C:100 M:97 Y:0 K: PC 41 PANTONE C:100 M:94 Y:0 K: PC 42

15 PANTONE C:17 M:6 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:26 M:10 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:27 M:7 Y:0 K:0 277 PC PANTONE C:29 M:12 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:67 M:41 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:39 M:14 Y:0 K:0 278 PC PANTONE C:71 M:42 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:96 M:69 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:68 M:34 Y:0 K:0 279 PC PANTONE C:100 M:88 Y:0 K:5 Blue 072 PC PANTONE C:100 M:87 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:73 Y:0 K:2 Ref. Blue PC PANTONE C:100 M:86 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:88 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:72 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:82 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:80 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:72 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:78 Y:0 K: PC 43 PANTONE C:100 M:78 Y:0 K: PC 44 PANTONE C:100 M:68 Y:0 K: PC 45

16 PANTONE C:35 M:9 Y:0 K:0 283 PC PANTONE C:25 M:2 Y:0 K:0 290 PC PANTONE C:41 M:2 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:55 M:19 Y:0 K:0 284 PC PANTONE C:33 M:3 Y:0 K:0 291 PC PANTONE C:59 M:7 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:89 M:43 Y:0 K:0 285 PC PANTONE C:49 M:11 Y:0 K:0 292 PC PANTONE C:85 M:24 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:66 Y:0 K:2 286 PC PANTONE C:100 M:57 Y:0 K:2 293 PC PANTONE C:100 M:46 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:68 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:58 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:45 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:67 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:57 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:45 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:66 Y:0 K: PC 46 PANTONE C:100 M:46 Y:0 K: PC 47 PANTONE C:100 M:38 Y:0 K: PC 48

17 PANTONE C:49 M:1 Y:0 K:0 297 PC PANTONE C:30 M:0 Y:5 K: PC PANTONE C:30 M:0 Y:8 K:0 304 PC PANTONE C:69 M:7 Y:0 K:0 298 PC PANTONE C:59 M:0 Y:6 K: PC PANTONE C:51 M:0 Y:9 K:0 305 PC PANTONE C:85 M:19 Y:0 K:0 299 PC PANTONE C:90 M:11 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:75 M:0 Y:7 K:0 306 PC PANTONE C:100 M:44 Y:0 K:0 300 PC PANTONE C:100 M:36 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:10 Y:0 K:10 Proc. Blue PC PANTONE C:100 M:45 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:33 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:16 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:25 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:17 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:5 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:11 Y:0 K: PC 49 PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:5 K: PC 50 PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:9 K: PC 51

18 PANTONE C:43 M:0 Y:10 K:0 310 PC PANTONE C:43 M:0 Y:12 K: PC PANTONE C:18 M:0 Y:8 K:0 317 PC PANTONE C:63 M:0 Y:12 K:0 311 PC PANTONE C:63 M:0 Y:18 K: PC PANTONE C:38 M:0 Y:15 K:0 318 PC PANTONE C:96 M:0 Y:11 K:0 312 PC PANTONE C:83 M:0 Y:21 K: PC PANTONE C:52 M:0 Y:19 K:0 319 PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:8 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:16 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:31 K:7 320 PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:9 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:19 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:31 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:12 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:24 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:33 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:27 K: PC 52 PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:28 K: PC 53 PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:38 K: PC 54

19 PANTONE C:28 M:0 Y:12 K:0 324 PC PANTONE C:37 M:0 Y:18 K: PC PANTONE C:34 M:0 Y:19 K: PC PANTONE C:56 M:0 Y:26 K:0 325 PC PANTONE C:47 M:0 Y:24 K: PC PANTONE C:49 M:0 Y:28 K: PC PANTONE C:87 M:0 Y:38 K:0 326 PC PANTONE C:71 M:0 Y:33 K: PC PANTONE C:69 M:0 Y:37 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:44 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:44 K: PC PANTONE C:95 M:0 Y:47 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:45 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:46 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:50 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:46 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:49 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:53 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:48 K: PC 55 PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:54 K: PC 56 PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:61 K: PC 57

20 PANTONE C:43 M:0 Y:24 K: PC PANTONE C:24 M:0 Y:16 K:0 331 PC PANTONE C:31 M:0 Y:20 K:0 337 PC PANTONE C:59 M:0 Y:33 K: PC PANTONE C:30 M:0 Y:20 K:0 332 PC PANTONE C:47 M:0 Y:32 K:0 338 PC PANTONE C:90 M:0 Y:49 K: PC PANTONE C:43 M:0 Y:27 K:0 333 PC PANTONE C:84 M:0 Y:56 K:0 339 PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:55 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:59 K:0 Green PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:66 K:9 340 PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:54 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:60 K:3 334 PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:67 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:57 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:65 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:71 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:60 K: PC 58 PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:67 K: PC 59 PANTONE C:98 M:0 Y:72 K: PC 60

21 PANTONE C:35 M:0 Y:25 K: PC PANTONE C:27 M:0 Y:23 K:0 344 PC PANTONE C:17 M:0 Y:16 K:0 351 PC PANTONE C:45 M:0 Y:33 K: PC PANTONE C:38 M:0 Y:32 K:0 345 PC PANTONE C:27 M:0 Y:25 K:0 352 PC PANTONE C:61 M:0 Y:45 K: PC PANTONE C:55 M:0 Y:47 K:0 346 PC PANTONE C:38 M:0 Y:36 K:0 353 PC PANTONE C:85 M:0 Y:65 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:86 K:3 347 PC PANTONE C:80 M:0 Y:90 K:0 354 PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:77 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:85 K: PC PANTONE C:94 M:0 Y:100 K:0 355 PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:78 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:91 K: PC PANTONE C:95 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:81 K: PC 61 PANTONE C:79 M:0 Y:100 K: PC 62 PANTONE C:80 M:0 Y:100 K: PC 63

22 PANTONE C:27 M:0 Y:38 K:0 358 PC PANTONE C:12 M:0 Y:29 K:0 365 PC PANTONE C:10 M:0 Y:33 K:0 372 PC PANTONE C:36 M:0 Y:49 K:0 359 PC PANTONE C:20 M:0 Y:44 K:0 366 PC PANTONE C:16 M:0 Y:46 K:0 373 PC PANTONE C:58 M:0 Y:80 K:0 360 PC PANTONE C:32 M:0 Y:59 K:0 367 PC PANTONE C:24 M:0 Y:57 K:0 374 PC PANTONE C:69 M:0 Y:100 K:0 361 PC PANTONE C:57 M:0 Y:100 K:0 368 PC PANTONE C:41 M:0 Y:78 K:0 375 PC PANTONE C:70 M:0 Y:100 K:9 362 PC PANTONE C:59 M:0 Y:100 K:7 369 PC PANTONE C:52 M:0 Y:100 K:5 376 PC PANTONE C:68 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:56 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:45 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:65 M:0 Y:100 K: PC 64 PANTONE C:43 M:0 Y:100 K: PC 65 PANTONE C:34 M:0 Y:100 K: PC 66

23 PANTONE C:9 M:0 Y:58 K:0 379 PC PANTONE C:6 M:0 Y:56 K:0 386 PC PANTONE C:3 M:0 Y:55 K:0 393 PC PANTONE C:13 M:0 Y:72 K:0 380 PC PANTONE C:10 M:0 Y:74 K:0 387 PC PANTONE C:6 M:0 Y:76 K:0 394 PC PANTONE C:20 M:0 Y:91 K:0 381 PC PANTONE C:14 M:0 Y:79 K:0 388 PC PANTONE C:8 M:0 Y:85 K:0 395 PC PANTONE C:29 M:0 Y:100 K:0 382 PC PANTONE C:20 M:0 Y:85 K:0 389 PC PANTONE C:11 M:0 Y:94 K:0 396 PC PANTONE C:20 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:22 M:0 Y:100 K:8 390 PC PANTONE C:10 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:18 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:13 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:7 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:3 M:0 Y:100 K: PC 67 PANTONE C:7 M:0 Y:100 K: PC 68 PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:100 K: PC 69

24 PANTONE C:1 M:0 Y:68 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:6 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:5 Y:6 K: PC PANTONE C:3 M:0 Y:85 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:5 Y:11 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:8 Y:9 K: PC PANTONE C:6 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:6 Y:14 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:10 Y:11 K: PC PANTONE C:8 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:7 Y:17 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:13 Y:15 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:8 Y:22 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:18 Y:21 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:10 Y:33 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:27 Y:36 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:100 K: PC 70 PANTONE C:0 M:13 Y:49 K:98 Black PC 71 PANTONE C:0 M:30 Y:66 K: PC 72

25 PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:9 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:10 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:2 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:12 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:3 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:16 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:5 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:1 M:0 Y:25 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:11 M:1 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:3 M:0 Y:31 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:23 M:2 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:29 M:0 Y:36 K: PC 73 PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K: PC 74 PANTONE C:33 M:3 Y:0 K: PC 75

26 PANTONE C:7 M:10 Y:9 K:0 434 PC PANTONE C:6 M:0 Y:7 K:9 441 PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:3 K:6 Warm Gray 1 PC PANTONE C:13 M:16 Y:14 K:0 435 PC PANTONE C:8 M:0 Y:9 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:5 K:9 Warm Gray 2 PC PANTONE C:24 M:25 Y:25 K:0 436 PC PANTONE C:12 M:0 Y:12 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:4 Y:8 K:17 Warm Gray 3 PC PANTONE C:46 M:45 Y:46 K:0 437 PC PANTONE C:15 M:0 Y:15 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:4 Y:9 K:24 Warm Gray 4 PC PANTONE C:75 M:70 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:20 M:0 Y:20 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:5 Y:10 K:29 Warm Gray 5 PC PANTONE C:80 M:75 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:21 M:0 Y:23 K: PC PANTONE C:82 M:78 Y:100 K: PC 76 PANTONE C:16 M:0 Y:31 K: PC 77 78

27 PANTONE C:0 M:6 Y:12 K:31 Warm Gray 6 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:6 Cool Gray 1 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:31 Cool Gray 6 PC PANTONE C:0 M:8 Y:14 K:38 Warm Gray 7 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:10 Cool Gray 2 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:37 Cool Gray 7 PC PANTONE C:0 M:9 Y:16 K:43 Warm Gray 8 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:17 Cool Gray 3 PC PANTONE C:0 M:1 Y:0 K:43 Cool Gray 8 PC PANTONE C:0 M:11 Y:20 K:47 Warm Gray 9 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:24 Cool Gray 4 PC PANTONE C:0 M:1 Y:0 K:51 Cool Gray 9 PC PANTONE C:0 M:14 Y:28 K:55 Warm Gray 10 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:0 K:29 Cool Gray 5 PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:0 K:60 Cool Gray 10 PC PANTONE C:0 M:17 Y:34 K:62 Warm Gray 11 PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:0 K:68 Cool Gray 11 PC

28 PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:55 K:87 Black 2 PC PANTONE C:75 M:65 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:26 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:60 M:0 Y:60 K:91 Black 3 PC PANTONE C:70 M:60 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:20 Y:95 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:22 Y:100 K:89 Black 4 PC PANTONE C:65 M:55 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:15 Y:78 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:38 Y:20 K:89 Black 5 PC PANTONE C:33 M:29 Y:55 K:0 451 PC PANTONE C:0 M:9 Y:50 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:35 Y:0 K:100 Black 6 PC PANTONE C:24 M:19 Y:39 K:0 452 PC PANTONE C:0 M:7 Y:39 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:15 K:82 Black 7 PC PANTONE C:14 M:11 Y:25 K:0 453 PC PANTONE C:0 M:4 Y:30 K: PC 82 PANTONE C:9 M:7 Y:16 K:0 454 PC 83 PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:19 K: PC 84

29 PANTONE C:0 M:17 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:50 M:70 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:60 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:15 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:30 M:60 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:48 Y:96 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:15 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:10 M:50 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:37 Y:68 K: PC PANTONE C:10 M:10 Y:73 K:0 458 PC PANTONE C:20 M:32 Y:58 K:0 465 PC PANTONE C:0 M:26 Y:45 K: PC PANTONE C:6 M:7 Y:55 K:0 459 PC PANTONE C:12 M:22 Y:43 K:0 466 PC PANTONE C:0 M:18 Y:32 K: PC PANTONE C:4 M:5 Y:44 K:0 460 PC PANTONE C:9 M:15 Y:34 K:0 467 PC PANTONE C:0 M:11 Y:21 K: PC PANTONE C:3 M:3 Y:35 K:0 461 PC 85 PANTONE C:6 M:9 Y:23 K:0 468 PC 86 PANTONE C:0 M:7 Y:14 K: PC 87

30 PANTONE C:0 M:65 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:81 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:60 M:80 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:58 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:62 Y:71 K: PC PANTONE C:50 M:85 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:59 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:42 Y:45 K: PC PANTONE C:40 M:90 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:34 Y:52 K:0 472 PC PANTONE C:0 M:32 Y:35 K: PC PANTONE C:31 M:48 Y:55 K:0 479 PC PANTONE C:0 M:23 Y:36 K:0 473 PC PANTONE C:0 M:22 Y:23 K: PC PANTONE C:15 M:29 Y:31 K:0 480 PC PANTONE C:0 M:15 Y:26 K:0 474 PC PANTONE C:0 M:17 Y:18 K: PC PANTONE C:9 M:19 Y:21 K:0 481 PC PANTONE C:0 M:11 Y:20 K:0 475 PC 88 PANTONE C:0 M:10 Y:12 K: PC 89 PANTONE C:5 M:12 Y:13 K:0 482 PC 90

31 PANTONE C:0 M:93 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:74 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:70 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:95 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:79 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:64 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:95 Y:100 K:0 485 PC PANTONE C:0 M:77 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:63 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:47 Y:41 K:0 486 PC PANTONE C:0 M:46 Y:23 K:5 493 PC PANTONE C:0 M:38 Y:21 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:35 Y:28 K:0 487 PC PANTONE C:0 M:33 Y:13 K:0 494 PC PANTONE C:0 M:27 Y:13 K:3 501 PC PANTONE C:0 M:26 Y:19 K:0 488 PC PANTONE C:0 M:24 Y:11 K:0 495 PC PANTONE C:0 M:18 Y:10 K:1 502 PC PANTONE C:0 M:15 Y:11 K:0 489 PC 91 PANTONE C:0 M:16 Y:9 K:0 496 PC 92 PANTONE C:0 M:11 Y:8 K:0 503 PC 93

32 PANTONE C:0 M:73 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:70 M:100 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:70 M:100 Y:50 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:62 Y:51 K: PC PANTONE C:50 M:100 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:60 M:100 Y:15 K:5 512 PC PANTONE C:0 M:48 Y:38 K: PC PANTONE C:45 M:100 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:46 M:88 Y:0 K:0 513 PC PANTONE C:0 M:38 Y:27 K: PC PANTONE C:13 M:49 Y:23 K:0 507 PC PANTONE C:15 M:50 Y:0 K:0 514 PC PANTONE C:0 M:25 Y:15 K: PC PANTONE C:5 M:36 Y:11 K:0 508 PC PANTONE C:7 M:38 Y:0 K:0 515 PC PANTONE C:0 M:18 Y:12 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:24 Y:7 K:0 509 PC PANTONE C:3 M:27 Y:0 K:0 516 PC PANTONE C:0 M:10 Y:9 K: PC 94 PANTONE C:0 M:17 Y:6 K:0 510 PC 95 PANTONE C:0 M:18 Y:0 K:0 517 PC 96

33 PANTONE C:80 M:100 Y:70 K: PC PANTONE C:80 M:100 Y:60 K: PC PANTONE C:88 M:100 Y:85 K: PC PANTONE C:65 M:86 Y:49 K: PC PANTONE C:72 M:100 Y:35 K:5 519 PC PANTONE C:75 M:95 Y:68 K: PC PANTONE C:49 M:66 Y:28 K: PC PANTONE C:64 M:100 Y:12 K:0 520 PC PANTONE C:52 M:63 Y:48 K: PC PANTONE C:30 M:45 Y:12 K: PC PANTONE C:27 M:47 Y:0 K:0 521 PC PANTONE C:29 M:38 Y:24 K: PC PANTONE C:17 M:30 Y:8 K: PC PANTONE C:17 M:37 Y:0 K:0 522 PC PANTONE C:17 M:27 Y:15 K: PC PANTONE C:9 M:19 Y:5 K: PC PANTONE C:10 M:26 Y:0 K:0 523 PC PANTONE C:10 M:17 Y:10 K: PC PANTONE C:5 M:12 Y:3 K: PC 97 PANTONE C:6 M:15 Y:0 K:0 524 PC 98 PANTONE C:6 M:10 Y:7 K: PC 99

34 PANTONE C:84 M:100 Y:45 K:5 525 PC PANTONE C:83 M:85 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:88 Y:70 K: PC PANTONE C:77 M:100 Y:7 K:0 526 PC PANTONE C:77 M:73 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:85 Y:46 K: PC PANTONE C:73 M:100 Y:0 K:0 527 PC PANTONE C:67 M:57 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:82 Y:30 K:5 534 PC PANTONE C:41 M:55 Y:0 K:0 528 PC PANTONE C:42 M:35 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:42 M:30 Y:7 K:0 535 PC PANTONE C:26 M:40 Y:0 K:0 529 PC PANTONE C:27 M:22 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:31 M:22 Y:5 K:0 536 PC PANTONE C:18 M:31 Y:0 K:0 530 PC PANTONE C:16 M:13 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:22 M:14 Y:3 K:0 537 PC PANTONE C:10 M:20 Y:0 K:0 531 PC 100 PANTONE C:6 M:6 Y:0 K: PC 101 PANTONE C:13 M:9 Y:2 K:0 538 PC 102

35 PANTONE C:100 M:49 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:44 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:95 M:9 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:55 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:58 M:17 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:19 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:57 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:40 M:8 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:24 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:62 M:22 Y:0 K:3 542 PC PANTONE C:30 M:4 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:54 M:7 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:41 M:11 Y:0 K:0 543 PC PANTONE C:13 M:3 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:39 M:4 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:30 M:6 Y:0 K:0 544 PC PANTONE C:8 M:1 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:27 M:3 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:22 M:3 Y:0 K:0 545 PC 103 PANTONE C:6 M:0 Y:0 K: PC 104 PANTONE C:15 M:0 Y:0 K:9 552 PC 105

36 PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:18 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:30 K: PC PANTONE C:60 M:0 Y:51 K: PC PANTONE C:82 M:0 Y:28 K: PC PANTONE C:56 M:0 Y:27 K: PC PANTONE C:80 M:0 Y:60 K: PC PANTONE C:62 M:0 Y:21 K: PC PANTONE C:36 M:0 Y:17 K: PC PANTONE C:79 M:0 Y:56 K: PC PANTONE C:43 M:0 Y:14 K: PC PANTONE C:18 M:0 Y:9 K: PC PANTONE C:45 M:0 Y:31 K: PC PANTONE C:29 M:0 Y:10 K: PC PANTONE C:11 M:0 Y:7 K: PC PANTONE C:30 M:0 Y:20 K: PC PANTONE C:18 M:0 Y:7 K: PC PANTONE C:9 M:0 Y:6 K: PC PANTONE C:20 M:0 Y:13 K:9 558 PC PANTONE C:11 M:0 Y:5 K: PC 106 PANTONE C:6 M:0 Y:4 K: PC 107 PANTONE C:14 M:0 Y:10 K:6 559 PC 108

37 PANTONE C:66 M:0 Y:57 K: PC PANTONE C:80 M:0 Y:63 K: PC PANTONE C:65 M:0 Y:56 K: PC PANTONE C:59 M:0 Y:50 K: PC PANTONE C:85 M:0 Y:54 K: PC PANTONE C:44 M:0 Y:47 K: PC PANTONE C:43 M:0 Y:34 K: PC PANTONE C:85 M:0 Y:50 K: PC PANTONE C:28 M:0 Y:30 K: PC PANTONE C:30 M:0 Y:24 K: PC PANTONE C:52 M:0 Y:32 K:1 563 PC PANTONE C:16 M:0 Y:18 K: PC PANTONE C:20 M:0 Y:16 K: PC PANTONE C:37 M:0 Y:20 K:0 564 PC PANTONE C:9 M:0 Y:13 K: PC PANTONE C:12 M:0 Y:11 K: PC PANTONE C:23 M:0 Y:13 K:0 565 PC PANTONE C:6 M:0 Y:9 K: PC PANTONE C:7 M:0 Y:8 K: PC 109 PANTONE C:14 M:0 Y:9 K:0 566 PC 110 PANTONE C:5 M:0 Y:7 K: PC 111

38 PANTONE C:82 M:0 Y:64 K: PC PANTONE C:34 M:0 Y:81 K: PC PANTONE C:33 M:0 Y:85 K: PC PANTONE C:88 M:0 Y:57 K: PC PANTONE C:48 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:25 M:0 Y:81 K: PC PANTONE C:98 M:0 Y:57 K: PC PANTONE C:49 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:16 M:0 Y:74 K: PC PANTONE C:48 M:0 Y:29 K:0 570 PC PANTONE C:24 M:0 Y:46 K: PC PANTONE C:9 M:0 Y:43 K: PC PANTONE C:32 M:0 Y:19 K:0 571 PC PANTONE C:20 M:0 Y:40 K:6 578 PC PANTONE C:6 M:0 Y:28 K: PC PANTONE C:23 M:0 Y:14 K:0 572 PC PANTONE C:17 M:0 Y:34 K:3 579 PC PANTONE C:4 M:0 Y:21 K: PC PANTONE C:14 M:0 Y:9 K:0 573 PC 112 PANTONE C:12 M:0 Y:26 K:2 580 PC 113 PANTONE C:2 M:0 Y:12 K: PC 114

39 PANTONE C:32 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:2 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:91 K: PC PANTONE C:27 M:0 Y:95 K: PC PANTONE C:13 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:87 K: PC PANTONE C:15 M:0 Y:68 K: PC PANTONE C:23 M:0 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:67 K: PC PANTONE C:10 M:0 Y:49 K: PC PANTONE C:12 M:0 Y:79 K:6 584 PC PANTONE C:0 M:1 Y:47 K: PC PANTONE C:7 M:0 Y:31 K: PC PANTONE C:11 M:0 Y:66 K:2 585 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:31 K: PC PANTONE C:5 M:0 Y:24 K: PC PANTONE C:9 M:0 Y:53 K:0 586 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:25 K: PC PANTONE C:3 M:0 Y:14 K: PC 115 PANTONE C:5 M:0 Y:40 K:0 587 PC 116 PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:18 K: PC 117

40 PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:29 K:0 600 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:18 K:1 607 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:20 K:4 614 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:40 K:0 601 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:32 K:2 608 PC PANTONE C:0 M:1 Y:27 K:6 615 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:51 K:0 602 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:46 K:4 609 PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:35 K:9 616 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:69 K:1 603 PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:58 K:6 610 PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:48 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:0 Y:88 K:3 604 PC PANTONE C:0 M:1 Y:92 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:3 Y:87 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:100 K:7 605 PC PANTONE C:0 M:2 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:4 Y:100 K: PC PANTONE C:0 M:4 Y:100 K: PC 118 PANTONE C:0 M:4 Y:100 K: PC 119 PANTONE C:0 M:5 Y:100 K: PC 120

41 PANTONE C:13 M:0 Y:10 K:2 621 PC PANTONE C:19 M:0 Y:6 K:0 628 PC PANTONE C:32 M:0 Y:8 K:0 635 PC PANTONE C:24 M:0 Y:19 K:4 622 PC PANTONE C:34 M:0 Y:9 K:0 629 PC PANTONE C:45 M:0 Y:9 K:0 636 PC PANTONE C:32 M:0 Y:24 K: PC PANTONE C:47 M:0 Y:11 K:0 630 PC PANTONE C:55 M:0 Y:9 K:0 637 PC PANTONE C:44 M:0 Y:35 K: PC PANTONE C:67 M:0 Y:12 K:2 631 PC PANTONE C:83 M:0 Y:10 K:0 638 PC PANTONE C:56 M:0 Y:44 K: PC PANTONE C:92 M:0 Y:15 K:5 632 PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:5 K:5 639 PC PANTONE C:76 M:0 Y:64 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:10 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:90 M:0 Y:76 K: PC 121 PANTONE C:100 M:0 Y:9 K: PC 122 PANTONE C:100 M:4 Y:0 K: PC 123

42 PANTONE C:16 M:4 Y:0 K:2 642 PC PANTONE C:14 M:6 Y:0 K:1 649 PC PANTONE C:14 M:4 Y:0 K:0 656 PC PANTONE C:25 M:7 Y:0 K:4 643 PC PANTONE C:24 M:9 Y:0 K:2 650 PC PANTONE C:24 M:8 Y:0 K:0 657 PC PANTONE C:42 M:15 Y:0 K:6 644 PC PANTONE C:38 M:18 Y:0 K:6 651 PC PANTONE C:41 M:20 Y:0 K:0 658 PC PANTONE C:57 M:28 Y:0 K:9 645 PC PANTONE C:60 M:34 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:64 M:35 Y:0 K:0 659 PC PANTONE C:69 M:34 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:62 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:90 M:57 Y:0 K:0 660 PC PANTONE C:100 M:56 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:64 Y:0 K: PC PANTONE C:100 M:69 Y:0 K:9 661 PC PANTONE C:100 M:62 Y:0 K: PC 124 PANTONE C:100 M:65 Y:0 K: PC 125 PANTONE C:100 M:72 Y:0 K: PC 126

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