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William B Williams III: Nutritional microcomputer and method. Nutritec Corporation, Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, January 6, 1998: US05704350 (176 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a microcomputer and method for selecting foodstuffs from a foodstuff database, nutrients from a nutrient database, minerals from a mineral database, vitamins from a vitamin database and physical activities from a physical activity database, maintaining a record of the foods ...


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Harold D Albright Jr, William R Rollins: Hybrid power system for driving a motor vehicle. Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, May 13, 1986: US04588040 (134 worldwide citation)

A triple hybrid power system for driving a motor vehicle utilizing an internal combustion engine to drive an electric generator to charge a bank of batteries that provide electrical energy to drive an electric motor/generator that supplies power to a planetary gear set from which power is directed t ...


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Phillip D McCartney, Sheila W Voshell: Warp-knitted textile fabric shoe liner and method of producing same. Guilford Mills, Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, October 31, 1995: US05461884 (125 worldwide citation)

A warp-knitted shoe liner fabric of a three-bar construction having a three-dimensional compressible character in the fabric's thickness dimension with a pattern of elongated coursewise underlaps at the fabric's technical back which, in use, is to be oriented to face inwardly of the interior foot-re ...


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Richard Edward Collins, Stephen James Robinson: Thermally insulating glass panel and method of construction. University of Sydney, Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, August 19, 1997: US05657607 (89 worldwide citation)

A thermally insulating glass panel comprises two spaced apart sheets of glass enclosing a low pressure space and interconnected by a peripheral joint of fused solder glass and an array of support pillars, and a pump-out tube used to provide communication between the low pressure space and the exteri ...


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Robert T Spillane, Mike S Kowalski: Warp knitted textile spacer fabric, method of producing same, and products produced therefrom. Guilford Mills, Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, January 31, 1995: US05385036 (86 worldwide citation)

A warp knitted textile spacer fabric, a process for producing same, and articles utilizing same are disclosed. The spacer fabric is of an at least six-bar Raschel construction produced on a double needle bar Raschel knitting machine by knitting front and back stretchable fabric substructures of resp ...


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Richard Edward Collins, Jian Zheng Tang: Thermally insulating glass panels. The University of Sydney, Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, September 9, 1997: US05664395 (83 worldwide citation)

A thermally insulating glass panel comprising two spaced-apart sheets of glass enclosing a low pressure space, and interconnected by a peripheral joint of fused solder glass and an array of pillars transversely between the glass sheets. The pillars may be made entirely of metal. Alternatively, the a ...


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Eugene D Smyers: Vehicle steering and suspension system. John Shuttleworth, Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, October 15, 1985: US04546997 (73 worldwide citation)

A three-wheeled vehicle steering and suspension system including two support assemblies for two opposed front wheels pivotably mounted at opposite sides of the vehicle frame and operatively connected by a hydraulic cylinder arrangement actuated by the vehicle steering linkage for inducing opposed pi ...


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Allan M Parham: Medical stopcock valve assembly. Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, January 28, 1986: US04566480 (72 worldwide citation)

An improved medical stopcock valve assembly (10,40,60,80) of the type the valve body (11,111,62) of which has extending fluid-directing tubes (14,16,18,114,116,118,66,68,70,214,216,218) at least some of which have a female Luer lock fitting (30,130,72) adapted to receive a Luer lock cap (32) when no ...


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Francis Robicsek: Ascending aortic prosthesis. Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, August 18, 1992: US05139515 (71 worldwide citation)

An ascending aortic prothesis has a root wall portion with annularly spaced bulges simulating the sinuses of Valsalva to provide a more natural functioning of the aortic valve following surgery to implant such prothesis in comparison to conventional aortic protheses which are of uniform tubular diam ...


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Francis Robicsek: Medical appliance for treating venous insufficiency. Shefte Pinckney & Sawyer, August 18, 1992: US05139475 (62 worldwide citation)

A medical appliance worn about a patient's lower leg for treating venous insufficiency of the leg includes foot and leg portions having a hollow interior area extending therebetween for inflation into conformity with the patient's leg. When the patient is at rest, internal air pressure causes the st ...