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Stephen Colvin, Eugene Grossi, Allan Katz, Paul Oddo: Passive knotless suture terminator for use in minimally invasive surgery and to facilitate standard tissue securing. Quickie, Pepe & Hazard, May 23, 2000: US06066160 (442 worldwide citation)

A suture securing apparatus comprising an apparatus body having a upper surface, a lower surface, an outer surface, and at least one aperture, the aperture having a longitudinal axis extending from the upper surface to the lower surface and defining an aperture surface, wherein a first longitudinal ...


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Abolfazl Madadi, Morteza Showleh, David J Rycroft: LED lamp. Lumacell, Pepe & Hazard, November 18, 1997: US05688042 (389 worldwide citation)

A LED lamp for use in lighted sign assemblies has a base configured to engage an associated electrical socket, a light array extending from the base, the base has conductive elements on the outer surface thereof to effect a power connection to the socket and internal contacts coupled thereto. The li ...


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William D Magee, Robert A Allexon: Method and apparatus for coin processing. The Magee Company, Pepe & Hazard, July 24, 2001: US06264545 (67 worldwide citation)

A stream of coins of mixed denominations is passed through a first station in which the mixed coins are counted and the stream of mixed coins is then sorted to segregate coins of a selected denomination from those of other denominations. The coins of the other denominations are deposited into a firs ...


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Michael W Hanagan: Battery-powered vehicle. Corbin Pacific, Pepe & Hazard, October 5, 1999: US05960901 (58 worldwide citation)

A three-wheeled, battery-powered personal vehicle has a single rear wheel at the end of a swing arm pivotally supported on the vehicle chassis. A motor, also pivotally supported on the chassis, pivots about the same axis as the swing arm, pivots and powers the rear wheel through a endless drive memb ...


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Bernard Lynch: Pneumatic door closer. The Stanley Works, Pepe & Hazard, December 5, 1995: US05471708 (57 worldwide citation)

A pneumatic door closer has an elongated cylinder with a bore extending axially thereof and end walls, and a piston is slidably reciprocable within the bore. The piston is integrally fabricated of a synthetic resin with a generally circular cross section, and it has a circumferential groove adjacent ...


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Robert L Owens, Christopher J Pigeon, Timothy O Van Leeuwen: Utility knife with retractable blade guard. The Stanley Works, Pepe & Hazard, March 9, 1999: US05878501 (55 worldwide citation)

A fixed blade utility knife has a housing provided by a lower handle portion, an upper lever portion, and a nosepiece at one end thereof which seats one end of the handle and lever. The lever is pivotably supported on the nosepiece, and a blade holder in the nosepiece is pivotably supported on the h ...


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Cosimo Conterno: Wall panel assembly. Estruseone Materie Plastische, Pepe & Hazard, December 7, 1999: US05996301 (54 worldwide citation)

A panel assembly including two pairs of panels disposed in spaced parallel relationship lying in common planes with the coplanar panels of each pair having adjacent edges with similarly configured protrusions extending along their adjacent edges, and the protrusions on each of the panels of a pair e ...


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Richard B Wetherell Jr, Roger L Paquin, Jack E Haney: Bottle with faceted surfaces and recessed panel. Silgan Plastics Corporation, Pepe & Hazard, November 15, 2005: US06964345 (54 worldwide citation)

A blow molded synthetic resin container having a body of generally V-shaped cross section defined by a pair of V-shaped side walls, end walls extending therebetween, and a bottom wall. A cylindrical neck is open at its upper end, and an upwardly inclined shoulder extends between the upper ends of th ...


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Carmelo J Scuderi, James V Masi: Split four stroke engine. Pepe & Hazard, April 20, 2004: US06722127 (52 worldwide citation)

A four stroke engine including a crankshaft. A power piston within a first cylinder connected to the crankshaft such that the power piston reciprocates through a power stroke and an exhaust stroke. A compression piston within a second cylinder is connected to the crankshaft such that the compression ...


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Ned J Hollenbach, Randall D Jernigan, Dean N Williams: Fiberoptic gun sight. Connecticut Valley Arms, Pepe & Hazard, March 14, 2000: US06035539 (50 worldwide citation)

A naturally illuminated three dot sighting system for firearms includes a rear sight having two dots formed by scintillating fibers encased in an optically clear polymer block, and a front sight having one dot formed by a scintillating fiber within an optically clear polymer post. The rear sight has ...