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Nagel Robert H, Saylor Richard: Row grabbing system. IDR, Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, June 10, 1975: US3889054 (109 worldwide citation)

A real time frame grabbing system for substantially instantaneously providing a continuous video display or a selectable predetermined video frame of information on a video display means from continuously transmittable video information which is transmitted as a plurality of pseudo video scan lines ...


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Schwarzmuller Johann: Multilayer brewster angle polarization device. Batelle Memorial Institute, Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, April 8, 1975: US3876285 (62 worldwide citation)

A polarization device for the headlights of motor vehicles comprising a multilayer Brewster angle polarizer for decomposing the incident light into a pair of linearly polarized pencils of light rays extending perpendicularly to one another, a phase shifter for shifting the phase of the pencil of lig ...


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Saleem Abdus, Kopita Robert: High velocity spray scrubber. Peabody Engineering Corporation, Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, September 23, 1975: US3907526 (29 worldwide citation)

Flue gas containing sulphur dioxide is moved upwardly through an unobstructed scrubber space while a scrubber liquor is sprayed downwardly into the space from a plurality of at least four vertically spaced spray heads. The relative velocity between the scrubber liquor and the gas is at least about 6 ...


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Georgiadis Jean, Leibowitz Donald: Lens grinding machine. Dimelp Optical Co, Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, July 15, 1975: US3894361 (27 worldwide citation)

A machine for selectively grinding the peripheral edges of both glass lens materials and plastic lens materials to a predetermined size and shape includes an axially shiftable shaft having a rough grinding wheel for rough grinding a glass lens to a rough size and shape corresponding to a first prede ...


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Gringer Donald: Cutting implement. Allway Tools, Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, September 23, 1975: US3906625 (25 worldwide citation)

A cutting implement, such as a utility knife, comprises a sleeve-like handle member having a cavity portion with the handle member being open at the base and at one end through a longitudinal slot. A carrier member is pivotally mounted to the handle for pivotal movement into and out of the cavity wi ...


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Gugliotta Paul F: Pipe-and-ball truss array. Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, May 13, 1975: US3882650 (22 worldwide citation)

A pipe-and-ball truss array comprising a plurality of truss members which each comprise an outer hollow pipe and an inner rod running through the pipe along the longitudinal axes thereof, and a hollow spherical member common to the plurality of truss members, which truss members are joined to the sp ...


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Angruner Herbert: Method of laying webs of composite material containing plant seed. Bunzl and Biach Aktiengesellschaft, Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, June 24, 1975: US3890910 (18 worldwide citation)

Method of making and laying webs of composite material, including plant seeds, such as grass seeds. Method includes steps of preparing base by producing a gravel foundation overlaying a layer of sand, fertilizing the prepared surface, applying a vegetation layer, such as peat moss, then fertilizing ...


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Graves Robert E: Dry particulate flavor composition, method of making same and use thereof. Shepard Chemical, Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, October 21, 1975: US3914439 (18 worldwide citation)

Liquid flavor oils such as lemon oil are absorbed on to sugar crystals having hydrogenated vegetable oil coatings thereon and sealed therein with a shellac coating to form a dry, freeflowing particulate flavor composition. A method of absorbing the liquid flavor oil onto the hydrogenated vegetable o ...


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Montesissa Giorgio, Olivieri Antonio, Scapellato Giuseppe: Alkyd resins modified with acrylic or methacrylic acid for use in water based paints. Duco, Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, July 15, 1975: US3894978 (16 worldwide citation)

Alkyd resins comprising the reaction product of: (a) the resinous product substantially free of polyacrylic acid, which is obtained by reacting acrylic or methacrylic acid together with polyunsaturated monocarboxylic fatty acids or their esters with polyvalent alcohols, at temperatures between 250.d ...


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Kiefer John: Method of making a hardcore panel and panel made thereby. Hubbell Cohen and Stiefel, July 15, 1975: US3895144 (13 worldwide citation)

A method of making a hardcore panel comprising the steps of providing a stack of planar boards of grained lumber fastened together and arranged in the stack in step-wise fashion, cutting the stepped stack on the first cut line through the side faces thereof at a predetermined acute angle, such as 12 ...