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Eduardo Leiseca, Ramon F Aguero: Computerized reservations and scheduling system. Longacre & White, October 12, 1993: US05253165 (285 worldwide citation)

A computerized reservations and scheduling system is provided which alternately allows transportation consumers to select from pre-scheduled transportation services provided by transportation providers or to negotiate and contract with transportation providers who have available unscheduled transpor ...


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Reginald D Counts: System for electronically recording and redeeming coupons. Longacre & White, March 9, 1993: US05192854 (200 worldwide citation)

An electronic coupon system handles coupons selected by a customer. The coupons have a product code of the product covered by the coupon and have a corresponding coupon code representing information relating to the value of the coupon. A coupon scanner used by the customer scans the coupons and has ...


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Donald R Huene: Expandable implant for inter-bone stabilization and adapted to extrude osteogenic material, and a method of stabilizing bones while extruding osteogenic material. Liniak Berenato Longacre & White, April 10, 2001: US06214050 (195 worldwide citation)

An expandable implant is capable of extruding material during expansion. The expandable implant comprises an anchor structure and a movable structure. The anchor structure is adapted to be inserted at least partially into a bone or between two bones, and is adapted to be secured thereto by expansion ...


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Yuichi Aizawa: Golf club head. Daiwa Golf, Longacre & White, September 13, 1994: US05346216 (176 worldwide citation)

A golf club head which is more durable, capable of driving a golf ball further and providing a desirable, "soft" feeling when hitting the golf ball. These objectives are achieved by configuring the head to efficiently transmit and store potential energy due to impact with the golf ball. The head com ...


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Lutz Ott, Rudolf Steiner, Paul Jurgen Hulser: Device and evaluation procedure for the depth-selective, noninvasive detection of the blood flow and/or intra and/or extra-corporeally flowing liquids in biological tissue. Dipl Ing Lutz Ott, Liniak Berenato Longacre & White, April 4, 2000: US06045511 (170 worldwide citation)

A device and an evaluation procedure for the depth-selective, non-invasive detection of the blood flow and/or intra- and/or extracorporeally flowing liquids in biological tissue are described whereby photons of a coherent, monochromatic source of light are entered into the tissue through a first are ...


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Bret L Fisher: Intrascleral implant and method for the regulation of intraocular pressure. Longacre & White, September 24, 1996: US05558630 (168 worldwide citation)

A tubular conduit style implant device for the regulation of intraocular pressure is described. The device is generally funnel shaped and enlarges from its forward end, for implanting in the anterior chamber of an eye, to its rearward end, for implanting in the sclera. The tubular body of the device ...


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Akinori Sasamoto, Harunobu Kusumoto, Atsushi Matsuo, Yasuto Imai: Golf club head. Daiwa Seiko, Liniak Berenato Longacre & White, February 27, 2001: US06193614 (147 worldwide citation)

A golf club head which can be reduced in its thickness with no fear of impairing the durability and strength of the club head. A face portion of the golf club head is configured such that the vertical dimension of the face portion is smaller than the horizontal dimension thereof, and the face portio ...


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Yuichi Aizawa, Yasuto Imai: Golf club head. Daiwa Seiko, Longacre & White, April 1, 1997: US05616088 (137 worldwide citation)

A golf club head capable of enhancing a moment of inertia and improving a directional stability of a ball. In the golf club head, a flange is formed on a peripheral portion of a back side of a head body, and projects rearwardly from the head body to thereby form a cavity in the back side, and a weig ...


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Yasuto Imai: Golf club head. Daiwa Seiko, Liniak Berenato Longacre & White, May 2, 2000: US06056649 (135 worldwide citation)

A golf club head includes a pair of protrusions integral with a sole. Each protrusion elongates in a swing direction and protrudes downward from the sole. A weight having a larger specific gravity than the sole is accommodated in the protrusions.


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Ronald S Karpf: Computer system and method for accessing medical information over a network. Liniak Berenato Longacre & White, June 22, 1999: US05915240 (131 worldwide citation)

The invention is a Medical Lookup Reference computer system for accessing medical information over a network. The system partitions the functioning of the system between a client and server program in an optimal manner to assure synchronization of the master medical information databases on the serv ...