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Ottfried J Hahn: Method and apparatus for conversion of coal in situ. University of Kentucky Research Foundation, King and Schickli, October 11, 1988: US04776638 (300 worldwide citation)

A method for the electro-thermal and electrochemical underground conversion of coal into oil and by-products comprises the steps of inserting an underground probe into a bore hole until the probe is in close proximity to a coal seam. A mixture of air, steam, an electrolyte and a suitable catalyst is ...


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Martin M Black, Philip J Drury, Wendy B Tindale: Heart valve replacements. The University of Sheffield, King and Schickli, August 12, 1986: US04605407 (215 worldwide citation)

A heart valve replacement 12 is characterized by a two-part frame with ring-shaped parts 14, 15 and having cloth coverings 16, 17. At least one leaflet 18 is provided having a margin 18X passing between the two parts 14, 15 of the frame and secured by stitching 19 to the cloth covering 16 of one of ...


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Henry Marcussen, Toshiyuki Yoshida: Extractor with twin, counterrotating agitators. Matsushita Electric Corporation of America, King and Schickli, February 29, 2000: US06030465 (117 worldwide citation)

An extractor is provided for cleaning carpet or a like surface or material. The extractor includes a housing, a handle, a cleaning liquid delivery system and a cleaning liquid recovery system. The cleaning liquid delivery system includes a cleaning liquid supply tank, first and second aligned agitat ...


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Tulio Parisi, Richard K Massengill: Liposuction procedure with ultrasonic probe. King and Schickli, December 12, 1989: US04886491 (115 worldwide citation)

A method of removing human body fatty tissue includes inserting an ultrasonic aspirating probe into the body in the area of the fatty tissue between the flesh, including blood vessels and arteries, and the muscle. The probe is ultrasonically vibrated at high frequencies and low amplitudes creating l ...


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Clive S Lu: Hollow club head with deflecting insert face plate. King and Schickli, March 19, 1996: US05499814 (106 worldwide citation)

A head for a golf club includes a body shell, a face plate held on the body shell for striking the golf ball and an internal element mounted in the body shell for reinforcing the face plate. More specifically, the face plate is deflectable from a static position to a striking position as a result of ...


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Clive S Lu: Golf club and golf club head. King and Schickli, March 29, 1994: US05297794 (92 worldwide citation)

A golf club includes a flexible shaft, a grip at a proximal end of the shaft and a club head at a distal end of the shaft. The club head includes a body portion and a weight. The weight furnishes at least twenty to twenty-five percent (20-25%) of the total club head mass and is mounted to the body p ...


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Tadamasa Fujimura, Masakazu Ushijima: Inverter circuit for use with discharge tube. Masakazu Ushijima, King and Schickli, February 27, 1996: US05495405 (67 worldwide citation)

An inverter circuit for use with a discharge tube or lamp such as a cold-cathode fluorescent lamp, a hot-cathode fluorescent lamp, a mercury arc lamp, a metal halide lamp, a neon lamp or the like is provided. The secondary side circuit of a step-up transformer used in the inverter circuit is constru ...


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Robert L Bogantz, Sidney D Hester, William W Kean: Replicated database synchronization method whereby primary database is selected queries to secondary databases are referred to primary database, primary database is updated, then secondary databases are updated. Lucent Technologies, King and Schickli PLLC, June 5, 2001: US06243715 (66 worldwide citation)

A database system comprises a plurality of replicated databases and a database provisioning system such that when a record needs to be updated, the database provisioning system selects one of the replicated databases as a selected database with the remaining databases being non-selected databases. T ...


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Roland J Harp Jr: Method and apparatus for voting. Harp Enterprises, King and Schickli, December 17, 1996: US05585612 (63 worldwide citation)

A voting machine is provided allowing an illiterate, sight impaired or blind individual to cast a vote in privacy and without assistance from another party. The voting machine includes a ballot box having a plurality of voting mechanisms for allowing the individual to cast a vote. One voting mechani ...



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