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Smith Dean B: Retention suture device and method. Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, November 5, 1974: US3845772 (224 worldwide citation)

A retention suture is looped around an incision in a deep tissue layer such as the muscle layer, with the ends of the suture being passed up through a tubular retention suture device. The device is emplaced in the incision and the ends of the retention suture are drawn up tightly and secured at the ...


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Rezazadeh Reza: Rest accommodation compartment and complex. Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, December 2, 1975: US3923134 (25 worldwide citation)

A rest and sleeping accommodation compartment and a centrally monitored complex of such compartments, suitable for use outdoors along major highways and near metropolitan areas, and also indoors at train and bus depots, airports, etc. Each compartment is composed of prefabricated panels which can be ...


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Larson Raymond D: Downrigger line release. Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, April 1, 1975: US3874110 (20 worldwide citation)

A downrigger line release device for a trolling system to suspend a fishing lure at a desired depth in the water. A magnet body is fixedly or slidably attached to a downrigger cable supporting a weight beneath the water surface. A magnetic line release means is magnetically engaged with said magnet ...


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Wildeman Fredric C: Dampening apparatus for offset printing press. Webcrafters, Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, December 16, 1975: US3926116 (16 worldwide citation)

An improved dampening apparatus for an offset printing press of the type having inking rollers and a dampener roller or rollers in rolling contact with a plate cylinder. Pneumatic cylinders advance a separator roller into rolling contact with the dampener roller and an adjacent ink roller when the p ...


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Young Warren C, Boom Roger W, Peterson Harold A: Support structure for a superconducting magnet. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, November 11, 1975: US3919677 (15 worldwide citation)

An electrical magnet having a support structure which comprises a flat plate of structural material and abutment means engaging the conductor of the electrical magnet to the plate. The abutment means may comprise a groove in a face of the plate which receives and restrains the conductor, a raised fl ...


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Wipperfurth Stuart, Kolstad Russell: Milking and applicator teat cup, system, and method. Delaval, Wipperfurth Stuart, Kolstad Russell, ENGSTROM Harry C, March 17, 2005: WO/2005/022986 (13 worldwide citation)

A milking and applicator teat cup is configured to receive an animal teat within a liner located in a shell. At the openings of the liner and shell where the teat is received, there is an applicator configured to dispense disinfectant, conditioning, and/or cleaning solution to the animal teat. The a ...


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Elifritz C James: Diving helmet assembly. Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, April 29, 1975: US3880157 (12 worldwide citation)

A diving helmet assembly consisting of a transparent plastic helmet having an outwardly extending flange, and a hollow plastic collar which fits around the helmet and engages the flange. The helmet is substantially dome shaped preferably with flat polished portions for clear viewing, and has a hose ...


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Hemenway Wayne A: Rotary internal combustion engine. Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, December 31, 1974: US3857370 (11 worldwide citation)

A rotary engine wherein the engine functions of intake, compression, combustion and exhaust are performed in four separate chambers disposed around the periphery of a cylindrical rotor rotating inside a case. The four chambers are formed by two radially extending pistons on the rotor and an annular ...


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Tee Liong Hian: Apparatus and process for treating waste wood. Urban Wood & Fiber Products, Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, April 22, 1975: US3878994 (7 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and process for treating waste wood to produce usable end products. Waste wood received in a dump pit is broken up by a drop weight, and may, if desired, be introduced by a grapple into a flotation tank for separation from intermixed debris that is denser than water. The floating waste woo ...


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Neises Reuben J: Bottle receiving apparatus. Stertz Leroy F, Long Theodore J, Winter John M, Engstrom Harry C, June 24, 1975: US3891080 (5 worldwide citation)

A bottle receiving apparatus having a guideway for receiving bottles at an upper location and discharging the bottles at a lower loction into a bottle receptacle. The guideway has a lower curved channel which increases the frictional forces on downwardly sliding bottles to cause substantial decelera ...