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Mac R Seelig, Jerald Seelig, Michael Hiltebrand, Douglas Cramer: Combined slot machine and racing game. Atlantic City Coin & Slot Service Company, Norman E Lehrer, Jeffrey S Ginsberg, October 1, 1996: US05560603 (649 worldwide citation)

The gaming system of the present invention includes one or more slot machines associated with a racing display wherein the racing elements are not racing against each other. Rather, a clock is included and each racing element is racing against the clock, independently of the other racing elements. T ...


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Mac R Seelig, Jerald Seelig, Michael Hiltebrand, Douglas Cramer: Combined slot machine and racing game. Atlantic City Coin & Slot Services Co, Norman E Lehrer, December 7, 1999: US05997400 (528 worldwide citation)

The gaming system of the present invention includes one or more slot machines associated with a racing display wherein the racing element or elements are not necessarily racing against each other. Rather, the racing element moves each time predetermined combination appears on the slot machine. A pla ...


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Jacob Zabara: Neurocybernetic prosthesis. Norman E Lehrer, October 27, 1987: US04702254 (467 worldwide citation)

A neurocybernetic prosthesis for controlling or preventing epileptic seizures and other motor disorders includes a pulse generator which generates electrical pulses having a frequency of between 30 and 300 cycles per second, a pulse duration of between 0.3 and 1 millisecond and a constant current of ...


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Mac R Seelig, Jerald Seelig, Michael Hiltebrand, Douglas Cramer: Combined slot machine and racing game. Atlantic City Coin & Slot Service Co, Norman E Lehrer, September 9, 1997: US05664998 (437 worldwide citation)

A gaming system is comprised of a plurality of slot machines or other gaming machines arranged in a row with a racing display mounted above the machines so as to be visible by each of the players and by spectators. The display may resemble a horse track or an auto race track. Each slot machine is co ...


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Jacob Zabara: Neurocybernetic prosthesis. Norman E Lehrer, September 19, 1989: US04867164 (427 worldwide citation)

A neurocybernetic prosthesis for controlling or preventing epileptic seizures and other motor disorders includes a pulse generator which generates electrical pulses having a frequency of between 30 and 300 cycles per second, a pulse duration of between 0.3 and 1 millisecond and a constant current of ...


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Jacob Zabara: Neurocybernetic prosthesis. Norman E Lehrer, June 25, 1991: US05025807 (401 worldwide citation)

A neurocybernetic prosthesis for controlling or preventing epileptic seizures and other motor disorders includes a pulse generator which generates electrical pulses having a frequency of between 30 and 300 cycles per second, a pulse duration of between 0.3 and 1 millisecond and a constant current of ...


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Mac R Seelig, Jerald Seelig, Michael Hiltebrand, Douglas Cramer: Combined slot machine and racing game. Atlantic City Coin & Slot Service Company, Norman E Lehrer, July 14, 1998: US05779544 (255 worldwide citation)

The gaming system of the present invention includes one or more slot machines (10, 110) associated with a racing display (20, 120) wherein the racing elements (22, 122) are not racing against each other. Rather, a clock (24, 124) is included and each racing element is racing against the clock, indep ...


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Mac R Seelig, Jerald Seelig, Michael Hiltebrand, Douglas Cramer: Combined slot machine and racing game. Atlantic City Coin & Slot Service Co, Norman E Lehrer, November 2, 1999: US05976015 (217 worldwide citation)

The gaming system of the present invention includes one or more slot machines (10, 110) associated with a racing display (20, 120) wherein the racing elements (22, 122) are not racing against each other. Rather, a clock (24, 124) is included and each racing element is racing against the clock, indep ...


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Percy H Hill: Toothbrush. Stratford Laboratories, Norman E Lehrer, June 16, 1987: US04672706 (94 worldwide citation)

An ergonomically designed toothbrush includes a handle of rectangular cross-sectional configuration. The handle is twisted about its longitudinal axis so that it fits the palm of a person's hand providing a power grip yet will fit most toothbrush holders. The forward end of the handle tapers outward ...


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Christopher B Lundin: Circuit training exercise apparatus. Physiq, Norman E Lehrer, Jeffrey S Ginsberg, July 25, 1995: US05435799 (82 worldwide citation)

An exercise apparatus includes the combination of a multipurpose exercise machine capable of allowing a person to perform a number of different anaerobic exercises thereon and an aerobic exercise machine such as a stair climber, treadmill, bicycle or the like associated therewith. A program computer ...