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Luck Egon: Manufacture of alcoholic beverages. Kramer Raymond F, October 22, 1974: US3843809 (65 worldwide citation)

Artificial wines, liquors, brandies and liqueurs may be made by treating vodka or other suitable alcoholic beverage with an organic acid such as citric, malic or tartaric acid, alkali metal sulfite catalyst-stabilizer and flavoring to make the desired beverage. To make wines, liquors, brandies, and ...


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Luck Egon: Sewage treatment. Kramer Raymond F, October 28, 1975: US3915853 (46 worldwide citation)

A method of treating liquid sewage includes precipitating heavy metals from the sewage, which may have been previously settled, filtered or otherwise treated so as to remove a large proportion of the solids content thereof, raising the pH of the sewage to over 11 and preferably over 12, to destroy p ...


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Decker Bert J: Horizontal hinged-flap windmill. Kramer Raymond F, November 18, 1975: US3920354 (33 worldwide citation)

A windmill which rotates in a horizontal plane about a vertical axis includes a plurality of aligned and usually overlapping flaps which move upwardly and downwardly about horizontal hinges to operating and feathered positions as the windmill rotates, with the flaps being held in operating or closed ...


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Lee Elizabeth Anna: Game apparatus. Kramer Raymond F, July 22, 1975: US3895804 (20 worldwide citation)

A fast playing game suitable for enjoyment by young and old, which tests metal faculties and yet is amusing to players of all ages and abilities, includes a game board or playing surface marked with stop positions on a circuit or a circular path which has a crossover between non-adjacent positions t ...


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Darvishian Arthur: Wind motor. Kramer Raymond F, July 29, 1975: US3897170 (18 worldwide citation)

A wind motor for the conversion of wind power to mechanical or electrical power or other form thereof comprises a vertical rotatable shaft having cup-shaped wind receptors connected to it and extending horizontally from it, which receptors are so mounted at the ends of arms extending from a central ...


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Cooper Ned: High fructose corn syrup jellies and method for manufacture thereof. Kramer Raymond F, July 1, 1975: US3892871 (15 worldwide citation)

Edible flavored jellies, such as fruit jellies, are made from corn syrup which includes at least 15% of high fructose content corn syrup, flavor, preferably natural fruit flavor, gelling agent, preferably pectin or modified pectin, and acidifying agent, e.g., citric, phosphoric, malic, tartaric or o ...


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Pecorella Ignatius Richard: Orthopedic appliance having detachable fastening means. Kramer Raymond F, August 6, 1974: US3827431 (15 worldwide citation)

An orthopedic appliance includes a pad member adapted to hold the appliance onto a limb, such as a human leg or arm, which pad is readily removable from the appliance and easily installed on it. In a highly preferred structure the pad has fastened to it a plurality of channel or similar members adap ...


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Snyder Kenneth F: Yieldable connector for exhaust pipe sections. Kramer Raymond F, June 11, 1974: US3815941 (14 worldwide citation)

A yieldable two-section connector for vertical sections of motor truck engine exhaust piping includes a pair of matching flanges which are adapted to be joined to separate exhaust pipe sections, a hinge joined to the flanges, and offset springs connecting one such flange of one connector section to ...


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Murphy Patrick W: Windshield cleaning device. Kramer Raymond F, September 23, 1975: US3906583 (12 worldwide citation)

A windshield cleaning device for attachment to a windshield wiper blade includes a cleaning member which is conformable to the surface of a windshield, such as an automobile windshield. The cleaning member is preferably tubular and is provided with a surface such as a sponge, cellular plastic or pla ...


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Burgess Kenneth G: Silver recovery system. Hydrospace, Kramer Raymond F, December 16, 1975: US3926768 (8 worldwide citation)

Silver is recovered from spent photographic solutions by feeding the spent solutions into a pre-collecting vessel where the solution collects until a predetermined volume has been received, at which time it is automatically dispensed, by a self-triggering syphon, into an electroylsis chamber, and di ...



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