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Simon Goldfarb: Method of playing a game of chance at locations remote from the game site. Erik M Arnhem, August 2, 1994: US05333868 (106 worldwide citation)

Participating in a game of chance, such as KENO, played remotely away from the site where the winning numbers are drawn. Each player can mark his predicted winning number combination on a sheet that is inserted into a facsimile machine remote from the game site; simultaneously and automatically char ...


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Birch F Parker: Flexible joint for connecting two pipes. David W Gee, Erik M Arnhem, August 15, 1989: US04856822 (98 worldwide citation)

A hollow flexible joint (10) for connecting two pipes (6, 8) in an engine exhaust system, which includes two or more tubular coupling members (12, 14) adapted for connection between the pipes (6, 8), the tubular members (12, 14) each being sealingly and pivotally engaged with another tubular member ...


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Imrych Magon: Water immersion amusement apparatus. Erik M Arnhem, October 2, 1990: US04960275 (81 worldwide citation)

A water immersion apparatus that includes a ferris wheel having passenger compartments arranged to descend into a pool of water and then lift out of the water. Each passenger compartment is constructed so that water is allowed to enter into the compartment. Persons within the compartment experience ...


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Danny K Choi: Insulated drinking cup. Erik M Arnhem, November 11, 1997: US05685480 (61 worldwide citation)

A disposable insulated drinking cup includes an inner liner, an outer annular shell, and an air-filled spacer between the liner and shell. The spacer includes a corrugated wall adhered to a backing sheet. Both the corrugated wall and backing sheet are of thin-wall construction to maximize the air vo ...


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Dennis E Hall: Baby sleeper for automobiles. Erik M Arnhem, April 22, 1986: US04583253 (48 worldwide citation)

A baby sleeper mountable on an automobile seat in conjunction with an existing standard seat belt, comprising a base having a surrounding inflatable tubular wall; an arrangement of straps mounted on the underside of the base, terminating in aligned loops through which the existing seat belt passes, ...


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Simon Goldfarb: Method of playing a game of chance at locations remote from the game site. Erik M Arnhem, August 23, 1994: US05340119 (41 worldwide citation)

Participating in a game of chance, such as KENO, played remotely away from the site where the winning numbers are drawn. Each player can mark his predicted winning number combination on a sheet that is inserted into a facsimile machine remote from the game site; simultaneously and automatically char ...


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Ala Gelfer, Arkadiy Gelfer, Stan Gelfer: Body treatment pad having a multiple number of sharpened skin-penetration protuberances. Erik M Arnhem, October 5, 1993: US05250067 (37 worldwide citation)

An acupuncture treatment pad includes a flexible backing sheet having a multiplicity of similarly constructed rigid blocks at spaced points along the sheet surface. Each block has at least one tapered protuberance extending away from the sheet surface to form a relatively sharp edge or point; each p ...


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Kwang H Hyun: Womans sanitary napkin. Erik M Arnhem, January 24, 1995: US05383868 (36 worldwide citation)

A sanitary napkin for absorbing and collecting a woman's menstrual liquids, includes an absorbent pad positionable against the woman's abdomen and the skin area between the thighs so as to overly the vaginal opening. A porous absorbent plug extends from one face of the pad so as to be insertable int ...


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Glen A Barfus Shanks, Irving Barfus: Protective cover for eyeglass temple pieces and method. Erik M Arnhem, November 22, 1988: US04786158 (34 worldwide citation)

A disposable temple cover for use within environments in which the wearer of eyeglasses subjects them to potentially damaging substances includes a thin walled tube of plastic material having an end bearing a soft resilient ring. The resilient ring is attached to the tube by either a folding or roll ...


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Kenny Safford: Flexible wear-resistant glove. Erik M Arnhem, October 6, 1998: US05815839 (32 worldwide citation)

A glove, designed for use by bicyclists, has a front panel of wear-resistant material, a somewhat thinner panel of wear-resistant material, and a rear panel of open weave net material. Elongated finger sections of the second panel have sinuous side edges that promote flexibility of the glove finger ...



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