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Adolph E Nicoletti: Playing card dispenser. PN Computer Gaming Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, June 14, 1988: US04750743 (235 worldwide citation)

A dispenser for playing cards includes a shoe adapted to contain stacked playing cards and dispense a single card at a time. The shoe includes a front wall adapted to conceal the leading card of the stack. A slot sized to permit a playing card to pass through is positioned adjacent the floor and fro ...


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Jerome B Plevyak, Adolph E Nicoletti: Computerized card shuffling machine. Computer Gaming Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, May 23, 1989: US04832342 (163 worldwide citation)

A computerized card shuffling machine having major portions of transparent wall making cards being shuffled at all times viewable externally, including an input shoe for holding cards to be shuffled and to be fed to a revolving wheel having a plurality of receiving positions, and including an output ...


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Orlando M Marinelli, Mark Rector: System for continuously establishing and indicating the location of a movable object. Equipment Tracking Network, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, November 28, 1989: US04884208 (139 worldwide citation)

A system for continuously establishing and indicating the location of a movable object comprises a first transmitter secured to the object for periodically transmitting, at a first predetermined frequency, first radio frequency signals representative of an identification code uniquely associated wit ...


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Anthony Aita, H Warren Goldman: Exhaust mask system and device. Cybernetic Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, July 18, 1989: US04848366 (136 worldwide citation)

A mask system and device for an individual including a front portion defining a surface which is generally C-shaped and preferably forms bights or curved surfaces in both the horizontal and vertical cross section. The surface extends from and conforms to a position below the eyes to an area below th ...


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Robert M Koerner, Arthur E Lord Jr, John E Brugger: Method of removing contaminants from contaminated soil in situ. Drexel University, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, June 27, 1989: US04842448 (135 worldwide citation)

A method of removing contaminants from a contaminated soil area in situ comprises the steps of placing a barrier in engagement with the exposed surface of the contaminated soil area, sealing the barrier around the periphery of the contaminated soil area and reducing the pressure beneath the outer la ...


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Albert M Kligman: Methods for treatment of sundamaged human skin with retinoids. Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, October 31, 1989: US04877805 (126 worldwide citation)

Various effects of photoaging or sundamage of skin including impairment of differentiation of epidermal epithelial cells and loss of collagen fibers, abnormal changes in elastic fibers and deterioration of small blood vessels in the dermis of the skin are retarded by applying topically to the epider ...


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Leo S Volpe: Adapter block. Tyco, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, May 17, 1988: US04744780 (98 worldwide citation)

An adapter for interconnecting hollow toy building blocks having a generally cylindrical primary projection extending outwardly therefrom comprises a housing which is generally square in cross section, having two interconnected pairs of generally parallel sidewalls defining first and second open end ...


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Lenny Herrin: Box formed from two tray-type containers. Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, August 9, 1988: US04762272 (81 worldwide citation)

A box formed from two tray-type containers. The first tray-type container is generally parallelogram-shaped and is formed from a single sheet of polymeric plastic material, including front, back, and side panels of predetermined heights and lengths. Tab members extend between and join together the s ...


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Roger Meade, Paul Schofield, Michael C Wright: Ticket issuing systems. Almex Control Systems, Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, July 4, 1989: US04845650 (77 worldwide citation)

A portable ticket issuing system comprises a portable electric ticket issuing machine including a keyboard and electric power means for supplying power to the ticket issuing machine, in which the power means comprises a battery unit having a battery casing separate from the ticket issuing machine ca ...


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Ray E Omholt: Resiliently-cushioned adhesively-applied floor system and method of making the same. Panitch Schwarze Jacobs and Nadel, September 22, 1987: US04694627 (70 worldwide citation)

A resiliently-cushioned adhesively-applied floor system is comprised of a plurality of floor panels secured to a support base by an adhesive which is spread on at least one of the support base or the floor panels with a generally uniform thickness. A plurality of elongated support members fabricated ...