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Charles E Ingram: Slidable bracket for article carrier. Four Star Corporation, Basile and Weintraub, January 2, 1979: US04132335 (94 worldwide citation)

A bracket for association with an article carrier, such as a luggage carrier is adapted for sliding adjustment or positioning in a carrier track. The bracket includes a locking mechanism for locking the bracket anywhere along the length of the track. The bracket further includes suitable openings wh ...


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William W Jeannette: Multiple dental shade guide system. Basile and Weintraub, June 17, 1980: US04207678 (79 worldwide citation)

A dental shade guide system for increasing the accuracy in matching an artificial tooth coloring to a patient's natural teeth by providing a plurality of primary shade guides, each guide having a specific chroma percentage made from a predetermined formula. Each primary shade guide has a correspondi ...


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Michael T Clarey: Air-pressure splint. Basile and Weintraub, June 12, 1979: US04157713 (73 worldwide citation)

An air-pressure splint sized to fully encase an injured human leg. The splint comprises inner and outer flexible wall members which are joined to each other by seaming about the perimeter to define an air-tight sealed relationship between the walls forming a double-walled, sealed, inflatable envelop ...


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Richard S Dunchock: Eyeglass case display unit. Optarac Corporation, Basile and Weintraub, May 27, 1980: US04204602 (72 worldwide citation)

A display rack for mounting eyeglass cases and like articles wherein the display rack has a body panel with integrally formed top and base flanges which, respectively, are adapted to releasably attach the body panel to an upright wall or support the body panel in an upright position on a horizontal ...


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Culpepper Jr Bertram C: Building insulation and sheathing. Weiner Basile and Weintraub, July 30, 1974: US3826054 (66 worldwide citation)

A building sheathing having insulating qualities and adapted to be attached to the outside surfaces of the building studding to form a permanent insulation for the building. In one embodiment, the outer surface of the sheathing is so contoured as to mate with a building exterior wall finish such as ...


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Jerry J Tomecek: Antonomic transcutaneous affect device. Basile and Weintraub, September 12, 1978: US04112923 (64 worldwide citation)

A device for effectuating an automatic transcutaneous affect by applying energy to a living organism includes a self-contained power supply disposed in a housing. A probe circuit is utilized to detect points of high and/or low resistance in the organism. When such points are realized an audio emissi ...


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Stephen D Brown: Target with removable score sheet. Basile and Weintraub, May 20, 1980: US04203600 (53 worldwide citation)

A target is shaped in the form of an animate object, preferably, simulating an animal. The target is formed from any suitable material which can receive a projectile impacting thereagainst. The target is provided with a torso opening in which is emplaced a graphic representation of the internal orga ...


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Ruffin C McLeod: Weight lifting device for the lower extremities. Basile and Weintraub, April 17, 1979: US04149713 (49 worldwide citation)

An exercise and rehabilitation device for strengthening the knee, ankle and leg of the user employes a table having a horizontally translatable chair mounted thereon, an arcuate track substantially perpendicular to the path of travel of the chair and a system of weights interconnected to a boot moun ...


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Marvin L Goldhaber: Protective enclosure for building openings. Basile and Weintraub, November 27, 1979: US04175357 (47 worldwide citation)

A protective enclosure for building openings such as windows and doorways wherein the protective enclosure comprises a peripheral frame member that circumscribes the openings and pivotally mounts a transparent shielding unit. The unit which may function as a window or door, depending upon the applic ...


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Masayuki Kurose: Concrete wall blocks and a method of putting them together into a retaining wall. Basile and Weintraub, May 4, 1976: US03953979 (45 worldwide citation)

Specially shaped concrete wall blocks which can be readily put together to form a retaining wall which is not easily collapsible. The block of the H-shaped construction comprises a front wall, a rear wall which is parallel to the front wall and a member connecting the front and rear walls. The front ...