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Frederick W Sanders, Gary F Hillenbrand, Jonathan S Arney, Richard F Wright: Transfer imaging system. The Mead Corporation, Biebel French & Nauman, August 16, 1983: US04399209 (327 worldwide citation)

A transfer imaging system is disclosed wherein images are formed by image-wise exposing a layer comprising a chromogenic material and pressure rupturable capsules containing, as an internal phase, a photosensitive composition. In a preferred embodiment, the chromogenic material is encapsulated with ...


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William S Spamer, Dennis E Parham, Timothy M Shannon: Pusher device for dispensing articles. The Mead Corporation, Tsugihiko Suzuki, June 3, 1997: US05634564 (194 worldwide citation)

A pusher device for dispensing merchandise is disclosed. The device includes an elongate plastic track having a floor on which a row of articles are positioned for movement therealong, a pusher connected to the track for movement therealong and having a front side for engagement with the rearmost ar ...


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Dennis E Parham, Edmond B Reinagel: Arrangement for interconnecting two objects. The Mead Corporation, Tsugihiko Suzuki, November 11, 1997: US05685664 (178 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for interconnecting first and second objects, comprises a connector element and an anchoring element which are formed on the first object and a connector aperture and an anchoring aperture defined in the second object. The connector element extends from the first object along a notion ...


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Gerald O Salveson, Bernard Primiano, Edmond B Reinagel, Dennis E Parham: Pusher unit for dispensing merchandise. The Mead Corporation, Needle & Rosenberg P C, October 8, 1996: US05562217 (153 worldwide citation)

A pusher unit for placement into a merchandise display tray to dispense merchandise which has an elongated shelving track with a front end and a top surface for carrying the bottom surface of the merchandise. The pusher unit has a spring-biased pusher plate with a front surface for contacting the si ...


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James M Suttles: Forward feed merchandising device for soft drink bottles. The Mead Corporation, Howson and Howson, December 1, 1981: US04303162 (148 worldwide citation)

A spring-driven track unit for merchandising soft drink bottles has a sliding sheet metal pusher having a forwardly extending foot and a sloping back extending upwardly and forwardly from the rear edge of the foot. A self-coiling polyester sheet extends from a coil retained at the front of the track ...


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Peter Gottschalk, Gary B Schuster: Photohardenable compositions containing a dye borate complex and photosensitive materials employing the same. The Mead Corporation, Smith & Schnacke, September 20, 1988: US04772541 (144 worldwide citation)

A photohardenable composition comprising a free radical addition polymerizable or crosslinkable compound and a cationic dye-borate anion complex, said complex being capable of absorbing actinic radiation and producing free radicals which initiate free radical polymerization or crosslinking of said c ...


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Peter Gottschalk, Douglas C Neckers, Gary B Schuster: Photosensitive materials containing ionic dye compounds as initiators. The Mead Corporation, Smith & Schnacke, September 20, 1988: US04772530 (141 worldwide citation)

A photohardenable composition comprising a free radical addition polymerizable or crosslinkable compound and an ionic dye-counter ion compound, said compound being capable of absorbing actinic radiation and producing free radicals which initiate free radical polymerization or crosslinking of said co ...


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William S Spamer: Automatic feed device for merchandise display. The Mead Corporation, Erwin Doerr, November 17, 1981: US04300693 (134 worldwide citation)

An automatic feed device (10) for a merchandise display rack has a feed assembly (18) powered for the duration of its travel by a primary spring (16) to move articles along a track (11) and includes a secondary spring (17) to augment the spring force exerted on the feed assembly (18) only during an ...


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John M Holley Jr, James R Oliff: Article carrier with dispensing feature. The Mead Corporation, Rodgers & Rodgers, December 21, 1982: US04364509 (128 worldwide citation)

An article carrier comprising a bottom, top and a pair of side walls interconnected to form a tubular carrier, end flaps foldably joined respectively to each end of said walls, web panels interconnecting the ends of adjacent end flaps, a pair of tear lines formed respectively in the adjacent end fla ...


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Michael J Cousin, Larry O Hill, Rhonda G Justice: Ink jet recording sheet having a bicomponent cationic recording surface. The Mead Corporation, Biebel French & Nauman, November 19, 1985: US04554181 (126 worldwide citation)

An ink jet recording sheet having a recording surface which includes a combination of a water soluble polyvalent metal salt and a cationic polymer, said polymer having cationic groups which are available in the recording surface for insolubilizing an anionic dye.