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Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Dewitt C Crepps, William Y Rice Jr, George W Fearrington Jr: Tobacco product. R J Reynolds Tobacco Co, Herbert J Bluhm, October 8, 1985: US04545392 (41 worldwide citation)

A smokeless tobacco product is disclosed which contains cut or otherwise comminuted tobacco treated with a particulated gum composition that adheres as a discontinuous coating to the surface of the tobacco. The gum composition provides improved "gathering" characteristics and other benefits when the ...


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James W Pryor: Manufacture of tobacco smoke filters. R J Reynolds Tobacco Co, Herbert J Bluhm, October 29, 1985: US04549875 (34 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method are described for manufacturing a filter rod from a continuous multifilament filter tow which is treated with a smoke-modifying agent during the filter rod manufacturing process.


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Jackie L White, Mary E Stowe: Smoking material and method for its preparation. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Herbert J Bluhm, June 24, 1986: US04596259 (31 worldwide citation)

A composition for use in smoking products is prepared from thermally degraded tobacco plant materials and a water-soluble polysaccharide gum.


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Charles D Mays, Max A Wagoner, Daniel G Williard: Tobacco treatment process. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Herbert J Bluhm, May 22, 1984: US04449541 (25 worldwide citation)

Cut shredded or otherwise comminuted tobacco is treated with a volatile flavoring additive in a continuous process wherein the additive is combined with a polyhydric alcohol carrier and the additive/polyhydric alcohol combination is applied to the tobacco [by gas-atomizing spray nozzle means] under ...


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Julian R Martin, Larry W Sides: Smoking product and process for manufacturing same. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Herbert J Bluhm, October 25, 1983: US04411279 (21 worldwide citation)

Filter-tipped cigarettes, cigars and similar smoking products which employ self-supporting non-wrapped fibrous filters are disclosed wherein the tobacco-containing portions are attached to the fibrous filters by tipping paper that is coated in a specified manner with a hot-melt adhesive.


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James W Pryor: Tobacco smoke filters. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Herbert J Bluhm, September 6, 1988: US04768526 (20 worldwide citation)

Tobacco smoke filters are disclosed which are useful for manufacturing filter cigarettes and which are formed from a continuous multifilament filter tow that is treated with a smoke-modifying agent during the filter manufacturing process to give a discrete elongated zone of filaments treated with th ...


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Kirk A Vlastakis: Merchandise display device. Alliance Display and Packaging Company, Herbert J Bluhm, February 28, 1995: US05392902 (19 worldwide citation)

A merchandise display device is disclosed which includes a vertically disposed rear wall having opposing side edges that are attached to a pair of opposing, vertically disposed side wall assemblies. Each side wall assembly includes an inner panel facing the display section of the device, an outer pa ...


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James W Pryor: Apparatus for application of additives to cigarette filter tow. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Herbert J Bluhm, October 16, 1984: US04476807 (18 worldwide citation)

A filter tow blooming jet device for applying an additive to a continuous, multifilament filter tow is disclosed wherein the jet device is provided with orifice means transversely positioned in an elongated passageway through which the advancing filter tow passes and the additive is applied by nozzl ...


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Julian R Martin, Larry W Sides: Smoking product and process for manufacturing same. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Herbert J Bluhm, April 27, 1982: US04326543 (18 worldwide citation)

Filter-tipped cigarettes, cigars and similar smoking products which employ self-supporting non-wrapped fibrous filters are disclosed wherein the tobacco-containing portions are attached to the fibrous filters by tipping paper that is coated in a specified manner with a hot-melt adhesive.


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Janice De Bell Daniel: Infant restraining device. Herbert J Bluhm, August 10, 1993: US05233714 (17 worldwide citation)

An improved infant restraining device that is adapted for use with a mattress or other infant-supporting structure and which is used for dealing with infants afflicted with gastroesophageal reflux comprises an elongated flexible sheet having opposing first and second ends, two opposing side edges ea ...



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