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David W Langerman: Spare parts for use in ophthalmic surgical procedures. Norbert P Holler, May 13, 1997: US05628795 (149 worldwide citation)

Ophthalmic "spare parts" which are made of biocompatible material and may be implanted by a surgeon in either the ciliary sulcus or the residual natural capsular bag of a patient's eye following cataract surgery so as to serve as a receptacle for an IOL or other optical or mechanical device, may hav ...


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Stephen Broadbent: Reinforced earth structures and facing units therefor. West Yorkshire Metropolitan County Council, Norbert P Holler, Charles A Blank, September 11, 1984: US04470728 (109 worldwide citation)

A facing unit for a reinforced earth structure, the unit having a facing element (1) that is designed to extend substantially vertically in the finished structure. A base (2) extends rearwardly from the rear surface of the facing element and at least one anchoring element (6) of lesser width than th ...


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David W Langerman: "Spare parts" for use in ophthalmic surgical procedures. Norbert P Holler, December 19, 1989: US04888016 (64 worldwide citation)

For use in ophthalmic surgery, the surgeon has available a supply of "spare parts" which are artificial members, possibly simulating different components of the eye, that are suited, depending on their structural forms and shapes, for surgical implantation in the eye as and/or in connection with rep ...


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Peter M Foord: Load shedding control means. The Electricity Trust of South Australia, Norbert P Holler, Charles A Blank, November 16, 1982: US04359644 (54 worldwide citation)

An electrical information transmitting means for consumer load control comprises a transmitter which transmits a coded signal through the conductors of an alternating current electrical distribution network as a sequence of wave-form distortions to a receiver which decodes the signal. The receiver c ...


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Pekka I Makinen: Coated titanium dioxide pigment and a process for the production of the same. Kemira Oy, Norbert P Holler, Andrew D Maslow, March 8, 1983: US04375989 (50 worldwide citation)

The dispersability of a titanium dioxide pigment is improved by coating it with an organic coating and also an inorganic coating in a total amount of, expressed as oxide, not more than 0.5% and no less than 0.3% of the weight of the pigment. Suitable inorganic coatings are oxides and hydroxides of a ...


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Hiroshi Osada: Knife apparatus. Kai Cutlery Center, Norbert P Holler, Charles A Blank, April 6, 1982: US04322885 (50 worldwide citation)

A knife apparatus comprises an elongated handle member formed with a groove of a C-like cross-section, a slide unit disposed longitudinally slidably within the groove, and a blade slidably disposed in the groove and having a base portion connected to the slide unit. Locking member is provided for th ...


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Adrian D Jones: Perforate tube muffler. Hills Industrie, Norbert P Holler, Charles A Blank, February 1, 1983: US04371053 (44 worldwide citation)

A muffler of the Helmholtz resonator type has a housing surrounding a main gas flow conduit, the gas flow conduit having an apertured zone within the housing wherein apertures extend through the conduit wall, the shape of the conduit wall at the apertured zone being so varied that gas flows through ...


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Niro Tarumi, Makoto Tsuchiya, Shigeo Komiya, Eiichi Masuhara: Highly refractive copolymer of an ethylinically unsaturated alkylene oxide of bis-phenol-A and an ethylinically unsaturated aromatic compound for lens and a lens prepared therefrom. Hoya Lens Corporation, Norbert P Holler, Anthony Lagani Jr, December 22, 1981: US04306780 (42 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a copolymer for high refractive lens having a refractive index equal to or higher than 1.55, obtained by copolymerization of one or more of the first monomer component having the formula (I) ##STR1## wherein R.sub.1 signifies hydrogen atom or methyl radical, R.sub.2 ...


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Kevin E Koch: Vehicle protection bumper assembly. Norbert P Holler, September 25, 1979: US04168855 (39 worldwide citation)

A light-weight resilient vehicle protection bumper assembly comprising resilient bumper bars clamped to a vehicle chassis which extend across the width of the vehicle at its front end (in some cases also at its rear end), the bumper bars being formed from transparent polycarbonate tubing, mounted in ...


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Ronald Coburn: Bullet trap. Passive Bullet Traps, Norbert P Holler, December 10, 1991: US05070763 (38 worldwide citation)

A bullet trap for a horizontally fired bullet includes a passageway bounded by upper and lower flat metal plates which may be inclined to the horizontal at an angle of between 0.degree. and 7.degree.. The passageway has an entrance opening and a shallow exit opening or throat, and a generally spiral ...