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Erwin H Weder, Donald E Weder: Flower pot wrap with lace pattern edging. Highland Supply Corporation, Clarence A O Brien, Harvey B Jacobson, August 12, 1980: US04216620 (530 worldwide citation)

A wrap for flower pots for use by florists and the like having a central portion of metallic foil with a lace pattern edging extending from at least one of the edges of said foil and possibly from both edges. Normally, the lace pattern edging will be provided on a layer of plastic which is of greate ...


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Stuart A Brodsky: Catheter and drain tube retainer. Harvey B Jacobson, September 24, 1985: US04543100 (500 worldwide citation)

A body constructed of resilient shape retentive material is provided and includes a peripheral frame of a first thickness and a membrane extending across the interior of the frame. The membrane is of a second thickness considerably less than the first thickness. The membrane includes a central openi ...


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Edwin H Weder, Donald E Weder: Flower pot covering. Harvey B Jacobson, November 17, 1981: US04300312 (329 worldwide citation)

A substantially planar sheet of thin plastic film is held about the exterior of a flower pot by use of a cradle having a substantially circular base with a plurality of upstanding fingers spaced evenly about the base. The cradle is produced in a size just slightly larger than the flower pot it is to ...


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Donald E Weder: Laminated printed foil flower pot wrap with multicolor appearance. Seven W Enterprises, Harvey B Jacobson, November 3, 1981: US04297811 (271 worldwide citation)

A sheet of material having a single color of ink or other printing medium applied thereto to produce a multicolor appearance. In the disclosed embodiment, the sheet material is a metallic foil, such as alluminum foil of thin flexible construction, used as a flower pot wrap with the foil being lamina ...


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Hee J Shin, Jung H Shin: Multiple joint retractor with light. Clarence A O Brien, Harvey B Jacobson, October 7, 1980: US04226228 (244 worldwide citation)

A surgical implement is disclosed for performing in combination a retracting and illuminating function within body cavities formed during surgery. The retraction function is performed by a blade, which can be segmented for flexible bending, mounted generally at right angles to a support shaft manipu ...


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Lawrence H Wilkinson, Lanette L Wilkinson: Gastric pouch. Harvey B Jacobson, September 13, 1983: US04403604 (243 worldwide citation)

A generally rectangular flexible wrap panel having longitudinally spaced inwardly tapering and outwardly opening opposite side marginal notches formed therein intermediate its opposite ends is provided and the outer margin of a radially split annular flexible yoke panel is secured across one end of ...


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Joseph A Doumit, Robert E Weiblen: Information displaying system. Dial A Channel, Clarence A O Brien, Harvey B Jacobson, May 13, 1980: US04203130 (217 worldwide citation)

Program schedules together with other periodically updated information is displayed to subscribers through a cable television system. The information is derived from optical image recordings and electronically generated from digital circuitry for display in synchronized relation to audio and color s ...


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James M Dockum, Norman H Nitzkowski: Circulatory assist device and system. Clarence A O Brien, Harvey B Jacobson, March 29, 1977: US04014318 (169 worldwide citation)

A circulatory assist device and system are provided for controlling, wholly or partially, the pumping of blood through a blood vessel or vascular prosthesis. The assist device is comprised of an electrically operated plunger, or equivalent, which momentarily occludes the blood vessel to effect pumpi ...


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Elton M Botts: Control unit for oil wells. Energy 76, Clarence A O Brien, Harvey B Jacobson, July 25, 1978: US04102394 (127 worldwide citation)

A control unit for oil wells for maximizing the efficiency of a producing oil well field, including the use of a variable speed AC motor powering each oil well pump jack, which enables the operator to control the strokes per minute on the pump unit and adjust the speed of the upstroke relative to th ...


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Walter L Roalstad, Ernest W Yeager: Intramedullary compression device. Harvey B Jacobson, April 21, 1981: US04262665 (119 worldwide citation)

A first plurality of concavo-convex disks are slidably received on one end of a bolt and inserted in the medullary cavity of one section of a fractured bone. The concave side of each disk is oriented toward the fracture site. A second group of concavo-convex disks are mounted on a threaded collar an ...