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Fred M Cohen: Pacing systems and methods for control of the ventricular activation sequence. Richard G Harrer, Charles E Cates, December 29, 1992: US05174289 (225 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for improving the ventricular activation sequence of the heart by pacing at an advantageous selected ventricular location to achieve shortening of the QRS complex or pacing at multiple advantageous selected ventricular locations, either simulataneously or with a programmed dela ...


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Fred M Cohen: Methods for control of the ventricular activation sequence. Richard G Harrer, December 7, 1993: US05267560 (172 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for improving the ventricular activation sequence of the heart by pacing at an advantageous selected ventricular location to achieve shortening of the QRS complex or pacing at multiple advantageous selected ventricular locations, either simultaneously or with a programmed delay ...


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Richard A Terwilliger, Daniell Hebert, Jack Hall: Biopsy instrument. Ingress Technologies, Charles E Cates, Richard G Harrer, July 10, 1990: US04940061 (171 worldwide citation)

An instrument for removing tissue samples from a tissue mass which automatically penetrates, severs, and removes a tissue portion for examination. The instrument is motor powered, preferably by self-contained rechargeable batteries, and employs electrically actuated stops to control the action of pe ...


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Henry J Izzo, Martin J Moran, Frederick G Wheeler: Antacid tablets and processes for their preparation. Armour Dial, Frank T Barber, Carl C Batz, Richard G Harrer, October 28, 1980: US04230693 (65 worldwide citation)

An antacid tablet is prepared which contains a combination of an antacid ingredient, sugar, and fat and which has a hardness requiring no more than 9 pounds peak force to cause a blunt probe to penetrate its surface. Included also are processes for preparing such a tablet in which an antacid ingredi ...


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Peter F Davy, Michael L Drolet: Cosmetic stick. Armour Dial, Frank T Barber, Richard G Harrer, November 21, 1978: US04126679 (62 worldwide citation)

A novel combination of powdered materials such as zirconium and aluminum salts suspended in a solid solution of volatile silicones and long chain alcohols. The silicones and alcohols are brought into solid solution by mixing the components in liquid phase at temperatures not to exceed 150.degree. F. ...


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Sarah M Hilliard: Tent system. Richard G Harrer, June 29, 1993: US05222513 (60 worldwide citation)

A tent system having at least three tents, with each tent being free standing. Each of the tents is arranged about the perimeter of a common area, and, in a most preferred embodiment, each tent is arranged in a substantially uniform manner about the perimeter of the common area. Each of the tents ha ...


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Daniel H Young: Bolt carrier. Richard G Harrer, Charles E Cates, September 3, 1996: US05551179 (48 worldwide citation)

An improved bolt carrier for a gas operated automatic or semi-automatic firearm of the AR15 or M16 type having a substantial increase in the number and area of lands in the forward end of the bolt carrier. This results in increased accuracy of the firearm and makes the action smoother and more consi ...


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Thomas M Houghton: Take-down rifle. H S Precision, Richard G Harrer, Charles E Cates, June 4, 1991: US05020260 (46 worldwide citation)

A take-down rifle which permits easy removal and reassembly of the barrel to the receiver portion of the rifle and incorporating a system for effectively accommodating for wear in the mating parts thus providing for proper alignment between the rifle's two main components. The system includes a barr ...


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Stephanie A Dippel: Golf putter. Charles E Cates, James H Phillips, Richard G Harrer, October 10, 1989: US04872684 (41 worldwide citation)

A golf putter has a substantially cylindrical club head made from a tough, resilient, non-metallic plastic material such as acetal polymer (e.g., Delrin or Celcon); has weight-receiving receptacles recessed in each of the heel and toe ends; and weight inserts within the weight-receiving receptacles. ...


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Norman J Yahraus: Receptacle box. Richard G Harrer, February 9, 1993: US05185499 (41 worldwide citation)

An improved electrical receptacle box having resealable openings and adapted to enclose an electrical apparatus such as a five-wire receptacle. The box is made up of two sections which are preferably identical. Each resealable opening is provided wth a channel about its periphery. The electrical app ...