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Joe E Brown, Matt D Pursley: Reinforced catheter with thin monolithic walls. American Interventional Technologies, James A Hinkle, August 2, 1994: US05334169 (98 worldwide citation)

A high torque, thin walled guiding catheter has resilient reinforcement material (8, 23, 29, 70, 73) integrally spiraled or braided into monolithic walls (21) of flexible material. A solid lubricant, also referred to as dry lubricant, comprised of either special fluorine containing materials or poly ...


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Charlie R Hall: Metal demolition shear. James A Hinkle, February 23, 1993: US05187868 (46 worldwide citation)

A metal demolition shear has a pivotal axle (4) with threading means (34, 35, 48, 42, 90, 92, 104) at opposite ends for adjusting linear positioning of thrust bearings (25, 26, 55, 56, 64) in order to adjust closeness of a pivotal jaw (1) to a stationary cutter jaw (2) of a demolition shear. A bolt- ...


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Robert E Rader, Mary A Rader: Board game combining chance and skill. James A Hinkle, June 26, 1990: US04936588 (44 worldwide citation)

The game board apparatus comprising a game board including a plurality of locations arranged around the perimeter of the game board to form a game movement area for the movement of player's tokens. The plurality of locations on the game board include printed indicia, which require players to take ce ...


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Edgar Lundie Jr: Holster-type holder for electronic communications equipment. James A Hinkle, October 25, 1994: US05358159 (40 worldwide citation)

A personal communication shoulder holster has a soft, flexible shoulder strap which encircles the shoulder with a size and shape to support side carriage of a small soft communication case under a user's arm. The shoulder strap is adjustable in length and has resilient sections for adjustment and ad ...


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Larry N Wride, Richard Hemsley: Mattress and foundation system useable with water mattresses. James A Hinkle, November 20, 1990: US04970743 (33 worldwide citation)

A mattress and foundation bedding system having a knock-down capability for ease of assembly and disassembly, and for shipment and storage. The foundation has a core of honeycomb cells enclosed in an outer box and dressed with ticking material to resemble conventional bedding. The mattress has inter ...


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Denis P Drahus: Disposable safety razor system. James A Hinkle, May 21, 1991: US05016351 (33 worldwide citation)

A disposable safety razor system having a shaving head, a control head assembly and an integral pressurized foam canister. The control head assembly has an activator, which when depressed, allows foam shaving cream to be dispensed through a tube in the control head assembly to the user. A removable ...


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Paul W Hardin Jr, Wayne Taylor: Traffic barrier gate. James A Hinkle, April 23, 1991: US05009542 (30 worldwide citation)

A traffic barrier gate for controlling the flow of vehicles through a barrier, such as a concrete median wall between opposing traffic lanes of a controlled access highway. In one embodiment the gate comprises hinged sidewall panels connected to a support member which is moved vertically on command ...


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John A Sinclair, Thomas A Sinclair: Tertiary waste treatment and disposal system. Waste Water Systems, James A Hinkle, April 6, 1993: US05200065 (29 worldwide citation)

A waste water treatment and disposal system for further treating waste water effluent from a primary treatment system in which a system controller controls the operation of the system. A dosing tank accepts effluent from a primary treatment system and is evacuated on demand by a pump which is energi ...


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David A Fussell: Wreath-shaped electrically activated aromatic ornament. Ornamotor, James A Hinkle, August 3, 1993: US05233680 (28 worldwide citation)

An electrically activated aromatic ornament (1, 9, 20, 28 and 29) has a wreath shaped structure in which an electrical heater (2) activates a volatile aromatic material (30) to cause incense gases to be exhausted through selective orifices (22 and 24) proximate decorative objects. Electrical power c ...


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Dennis B Hanson, Wendell T DeLoach: Baseboard molding strip and method of installing same. James A Hinkle, July 11, 1989: US04845910 (27 worldwide citation)

An elastomeric baseboard molding and method of installing same that is removably attached to a wall by means of a hook and loop fastener system. The molding is manufactured with the hook and loop fastner pre-applied to the molding, and then, at the job site, a peel-off release strip exposes an adhes ...