Let your eyes be the judge:

Another salvo has been fired in the .

Shoemaker Lugz issued a cease and desist order last week against Apple, asking the computer maker to halt using its iPod advertising campaign that features silhouetted figures against a fiery colored, cityscape backdrop, according to a report in Adweek.

Lugz is claiming its 2002 television advertising campaign, as well as its print ads, have a striking resemblance to Apple's advertising campaign for its popular iPod.

An Apple spokeswoman declined comment on the Lugz cease and desist order, noting the iPod ads are still accessible through its iPod and iTunes site.

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