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Robert V Creekmore: Apparatus for verifying checks presented for acceptance. 1ST Natl Bank of Atlanta, Jones Thomas & Askew, August 22, 1978: US04109238 (168 worldwide citation)

A check verification system for providing customer-operated verification of checks at point-of-sale locations. The present system enables a customer to verify several possible kinds of checking functions, including verification of payroll or government checks as well as certain types of personal che ...


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David A Ruis, Russell W Polhemus, Wayne J Book: Robotic exercise machine and method. Jones Thomas & Askew, November 25, 1980: US04235437 (144 worldwide citation)

An automatically controlled exercise machine which is intended to produce optimal development of skeletal muscle strength for athletic purposes and in physical rehabilitation. The mechanical configuration of this machine is based on a linkage comprised of a series of links connected together so as t ...


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Robert V Creekmore: Check verification system. 1st National Bank, Jones Thomas & Askew, February 5, 1980: US04187498 (143 worldwide citation)

A check verification system for providing customer-operated verification of checks at point-of-sale locations. The present system enables a customer to verify several possible kinds of checking functions, including verification of payroll or government checks as well as certain types of personal che ...


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J Randolph Jinkins: Computerized tomography radiograph data transfer cap. Jones Thomas & Askew, March 9, 1982: US04319136 (132 worldwide citation)

The data transfer for cranial computerized tomography images is substantially form-fitting and dome-shaped. First and second groups of elongated depth markers are positioned in front and in back, diametrically across from each other, and each depth marker extends from the peripheral edge of the cap ...


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Gerald R Smith: Aircraft ground monitoring system. Jones Thomas & Askew, October 24, 1978: US04122522 (86 worldwide citation)

System for monitoring performance of an aircraft during ground-related operating condition, such as take-off and landing, to predict whether the aircraft can safely complete the operation. The performance of various known types of aircraft is predicted as a function of the distance which the aircraf ...


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Gus S Kass: Water soluble lecithin composition. American Lecithin Company, Jones Thomas & Askew, November 13, 1979: US04174296 (84 worldwide citation)

A method of improving the solubility of lecithin comprises steps which include the step of mixing lecithin with a solubilizing agent selected from the group consisting of tertiary amine oxides, alkyl alcohol sulfate salts, alkylamidopropyl betaines, sodium alkene sulfonates, alkyl sulfo acetates and ...


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George B Muse: Wall structure with insulated interfitting blocks. Jones Thomas & Askew, November 7, 1978: US04123881 (81 worldwide citation)

T-shaped building blocks are assembled in a wall structure in horizontal courses of blocks, with alternate ones of the blocks in each course facing opposite directions and with the main body sections of each block overlying the main body sections of the next adjacent blocks. The blocks in the first ...


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James D Brock: Control system for aggregate delivery system. Astec, Jones Thomas & Askew, September 16, 1980: US04222498 (81 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for measuring out material from a cold feed bin for use with a drum mix plant. The apparatus comprises a plurality of cold feed bins supported on a plurality of legs above a frame. Each leg of the bins rests upon a load cell which thereby measure the weight of the bin and material containe ...


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John H Hartley Jr: Deflatable mammary augmentation prosthesis. Jones Thomas & Askew, January 27, 1976: US03934274 (74 worldwide citation)

An implantable double walled tissue augmentation prosthesis consisting of a gel or liquid filled container within a liquid fillable container. A one-way flap valve is positioned within the wall of the liquid fillable container so that liquid may be selectively added to that container for inflation. ...


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Nancy U Stanulis: Pressure applying device. Smyth County Dialysis Unit, Jones Thomas & Askew, January 8, 1980: US04182338 (71 worldwide citation)

A device which prevents bleeding through needle puncture wounds by applying pressure to the wound through an elastomeric appliance having a blunt skin abutting surface held in place over the wound by securing straps. The pressure applied by the device is sufficient only to prevent bleeding through t ...