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Nicholas Luke Bennett: Slot machine game-find the prize. Aristocrat Technologies Australia, Rosenman & Colin, August 15, 2000: US06102798 (710 worldwide citation)

A slot machine is provided in a cabinet 10 including a prize display 12, a coin entry slot 13. a payout tray 14 and internally mounted game control processor circuits. The game display means 11 comprises a video display screen 11 controlled to display a game image divided into a matrix of elements o ...


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Nicholas Bennett: Slot machine game-hidden object. Aristocrat Technologies Australia, Rosenman & Colin, July 17, 2001: US06261177 (614 worldwide citation)

A slot machine includes a prize display, a coin entry slot, and payout tray and internally mounted game control processor circuits. The game display means comprises a video display screen controlled to display a game image divided into a matrix of elements or player selectable zones. The video scree ...


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Nicholas Luke Bennett: Slot machine game with randomly designated special symbols. Aristocrat Technologies Australia, Rosenman & Colin, June 26, 2001: US06251013 (585 worldwide citation)

A gaming machine having a display and game control, the game control being arranged to play a game wherein a plurality of symbols are randomly selected from a predetermined set of symbols and displayed in rows on the display and if a winning combination of symbols results, the machine pays a prize. ...


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Nicholas Luke Bennett: Multiline gaming machine. Aristocrat Leisure, Rosenman & Colin, July 25, 2000: US06093102 (542 worldwide citation)

A gaming machine has a display which displays a symbols in an array format of n rows and m columns of symbol positions. A game control controls images displayed on the display and is arranged to pay a prize when a predetermined combination of symbols is displayed in a predetermined arrangement of sy ...


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Thu A Le, Sung S Yi, William Zwaskis, Jack S Pedlick, Brian H Luscombe, Dennis D Jamiolkowski, John Di Giovanni, Keith A Seritella, Mark G Steckel, Steven F Harwin: Umbrella-shaped suture anchor device with actuating ring member. Ethicon, Rosenman & Colin, August 13, 1996: US05545180 (432 worldwide citation)

A suture anchor device having an anchor member with outwardly extending wing members and an actuating wedge member. The suture anchor device is inserted into a bore hole in a bone as part of an orthopedic surgical procedure wherein soft tissue such as a tendon or ligament is attached to the surface ...


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Kenneth A Bronfin, Stephen M Mahrer, W Robin Wilson, Francis A Davenport: Arrangement for and method of processing data, especially for identifying and verifying airing of television broadcast programs. National Broadcasting Company, Rosenman & Colin, April 6, 1993: US05200822 (403 worldwide citation)

Data are added invisibly to the active video component of a television signal by a modulated carrier. The data, upon recovery, may be used for numerous purposes, including network signaling, data transmission, program identification, remote machine control, broadcast verification, and signal quality ...


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Nicholas Luke Bennett: Slot machine game with dynamic payline. Aristocrat Technologies Australia, Rosenman & Colin, July 17, 2001: US06261178 (203 worldwide citation)

It is normal for machines of the type having multiple pay lines available, that the player would purchase the option of playing for a win on lines other than the centre line. In order to add further player interest, the game is also provided with a random feature whereby under certain circumstances, ...


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Kumar R Patel: Artificial venous valve and sizing catheter. Rosenman & Colin, November 20, 2001: US06319281 (186 worldwide citation)

A valve device for use in a body cavity. The device including a valve ring having a compressible diameter. Further, leaflets are pivotally disposed within the valve ring for movement from an open position to a closed position. A catheter device including a first catheter and a second catheter dispos ...


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Kouichi Nakamichi, Shogo Izumi, Hiroyuki Yasuura: Method of manufacturing solid dispersion. Nippon Shinyaku Company, Rosenman & Colin, October 10, 1995: US05456923 (169 worldwide citation)

The object of this invention is to provide a process for producing a solid dispersion, which has overcome the disadvantages of the conventional production technology for solid dispersions. The invention comprises employing a twin-screw extruder in the production of a solid dispersion. In accordance ...