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William R Freeman: Treatment of conditions of abnormally increased intraocular pressure by administration of phosphonylmethoxyalkyl nucleoside analogs and related nucleoside analogs. William Freeman, Stephanie L Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe Seidman, May 9, 2000: US06060463 (47 worldwide citation)

Methods for treatment of conditions of abnormally increased intraocular pressure, particularly those caused by glaucoma, by administration of phosphonylmethoxyalkyl nucleoside analogs are provided. Compositions formulated and packaged for intraocular administration for use in the methods are also pr ...


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Forster Samuel Edward: Hot water bottle-like devices. William Freeman And Company Li, January 13, 1993: GB2257367-A (4 worldwide citation)

A hot water bottle (2) includes indicating means (10) for providing an indication of the temperature of its external surface (12). The indicating means e.g. a liquid crystal thermometer (10) is either on or incorporated into the external surface (12). The concept is applicable to any device for enab ...


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Freeman William Simon: Improvements in or relating to stoppers. William Freeman And Company Lt, Freeman William Simon, September 6, 1972: GB1287610-A (2 worldwide citation)

1287610 Stoppers for water bottles WILLIAM FREEMAN & CO Ltd and W S FREEMAN 1 Oct 1970 [1 Oot 1969] 48344/69 Heading B8T A stopper comprises a solid grip portion 10, having a hole 11 and ribs 12 for grasping. Beneath a flange 13 is an externally screw threaded portion 14 which has a recess 15 sealed ...


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Improvements in cattle trucks, floats and other vehicles. Robert Hemming, Howard Hemming, Ernest Hemming, William Freeman Spurling, December 11, 1930: GB339367-A (1 worldwide citation)

339,367. Hemming, R., Hemming, H., and Hemming, E., (trading as Hemming Bros.)., and Spurling, W. F. Sept. 12, 1929. Animal - carrying vehicles; wagons, general design of.-In animal-carrying vehicles of the kind having, in addition to the base, one or more vertically adjustable floors, the latter ar ...


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Improvements in mechanically operated contactor switches. Morris Herbert, William Freeman, September 26, 1941: GB539889-A (1 worldwide citation)

539,889. Press-button switches; snap-action switches ; motor controllers. MORRIS, Ltd., H., and FREEMAN, W. Oct. 23, 1940, No. 15595. [Classes 38 (iii) and 38 (v)] A reversing switch of the pendent type suitable for controlling motors comprises a two piece casing, one piece 4 forming a handle carryi ...


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Improvements in or relating to lamp shades. Freeman And Ward, William Freeman, June 16, 1932: GB374573-A (1 worldwide citation)

374,573. Lamp shades. FREEMAN & WARD, Ltd. and FREEMAN, W., 1, Cregoe Street, Birmingham. April 16, 1931, 11237. [Class 75 (ii).] The glass or other panels forming a lamp shade are slid laterally into engagement with channel members in the framework, a panel projecting beyond each corner of the fram ...


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Improvements in and relating to line-end tackle for fishing. George William Freeman, March 9, 1966: GB1021663-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,021,663. Artificial bait. G. W. FREEMAN. April 5, 1963 [April 18, 1962], No. 14969/62. Heading A1A. An artificial bait consists of a hollow thin walled flexible body 1 encasing a fish hook 6 and disguised as a fish. The body 1 is moulded in rubber, butyl, polyurethene or silicone rubber in one or ...


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Goss William Freeman Myrick: Improvements in locomotive engines.. Goss William Freeman Myrick, July 29, 1920: GB127257-A (1 worldwide citation)

127,257. Goss, W. F. M. May 21, 1918, [Convention date]. Spark-arresters.-In a locomotive wherein the draught is produced by a fan 14 driven by a steam turbine in the smoke-box the products of combuetion are delivered to the interior of a curved collecting-baffle 16, the solid matter arrested being ...


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Improvements in bags or packages for the making-up and use of dyes, tints, washing blue and such like. John William Freeman, September 6, 1923: GB203182-A (1 worldwide citation)

203,182. Freeman, J. W. Aug. 29, 1922. Fabric bags.-Washing blue or the like is enclosed in a fabric wrapping or bag b folded to produce a twisted neck portion b through the looped end of which a ring d is secured by a string tie c, rubber band &c. In a modification Fig. 4, a handle dx with au exten ...


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A new or improved stand for supporting washing basins in sinks. William Freeman, July 30, 1952: GB676471-A (1 worldwide citation)

676,471. Sink stands. FREEMAN, W. Feb. 23, 1951. [Feb. 25, 1950] No. 4906/50. Class 52 (iii). A stand for supporting a wash basin in a sink comprises two end members 10 formed with undercut grooves 101 to receive co-operating parts 131 of cross bars 13, the parts being readily taken apart. Alternati ...