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Harold J Eves: Baby changing mat. Thomas J Greer Jr, December 15, 1987: US04712258 (79 worldwide citation)

A baby changing mat comprising a central padded body with a raised sill extending about a majority of the edge of the body and a pair of straps for holding a baby to the mat. The mat is formed from a flexible material and has at least one centrally located transverse stabilizing member to which the ...


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George Johannus Yevick: No glasses 3-D viewer. Personal Communications, Thomas J Greer Jr, March 15, 1977: US04012116 (76 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for three-dimensional viewing of stored color information. A microfiche (lensfiche) formed by known techniques is viewed without thr requirement of special glasses worn by an individual viewing the display. Each lens of a lenticular lensplate is associated with a pair of apertures, the ...


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Joseph Skovajsa: Device for the local treatment of a patient, and more particularly applicable in acupuncture and auriculotheraphy. Thomas J Greer Jr, November 11, 1980: US04232678 (74 worldwide citation)

A device for the local treatment of a patient by acupuncture or auriculotherapy. Instead of needles, a treatment head is approached the body of the patient. It includes an infra-red laser diode being excitable recurrently and in a controlled manner. The recurrence frequency is selectable among a plu ...


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John B Cockburn: Security system employing digitized personal physical characteristics. Thomas J Greer Jr, October 8, 1991: US05055658 (73 worldwide citation)

A security system including a security lock which can be programmed by the use of a master key to recognize specified slave keys. The system may include apparatus for digitizing a characteristic such as the thumb print, voice pattern, or retinal image of the holder of a slave key so that it is opera ...


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Fred Mellor: Fluid/particle separator unit and method for separating particles from a flowing fluid. Thomas J Greer Jr, May 10, 1983: US04382804 (71 worldwide citation)

A fluid/particle separator assembly includes an apertured rotary separator mounted substantially to close an inlet to a chamber through which a fluid is forced by a pump or impeller. The separator is rotated at such a speed that inclined faces bounding its apertures, and facing in the circumferentia ...


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James E Byrns: Insulated bottle holder. Thomas J Greer Jr, November 24, 1987: US04708254 (71 worldwide citation)

An insulated bottle holder defined by an outer shell of a moldable, resilient plastic material and an inner, removable insulating liner inside of a lower, cylindrical portion of the outer shell. The uppermost portion of the shell is conical, being truncated and flat at its top, the flat top defined ...


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Francois Vallieres: Sports shoe cover. Thomas J Greer Jr, December 22, 1987: US04713895 (63 worldwide citation)

A gaiter for sports shoes having a first flexible sheet portion adapted to completely cover the upper and heel of a sports shoe and a second flexible sheet portion adapted to cover the ankle and lower calf of the wearer. A first hook and pile type fastener tape is adapted to be fixed in spaced-apart ...


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James E Byrns: Blow-molded three section storage case. Thomas J Greer Jr, November 3, 1987: US04703853 (60 worldwide citation)

A storage case for a video cassette. The case is in the general form at a book and is openable to a flat condition. A hollow wall, blow-molded construction imparts structural rigidity to the case and also provides shock resistance for its contents. The case is formed by blow molding a single, unitar ...


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Lawrence W Grunberger: Point array sheet lighting apparatus. Izon Corporation, Thomas J Greer Jr, April 24, 1979: US04151582 (57 worldwide citation)

An illumination device for establishing an array of point light sources, wherein the light sources are generally closely spaced. In a first embodiment a planar substrate is provided with an array of apertures. One surface of the substrate is coated with a first coating having a first index of refrac ...


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Bernard Taravel: Brush having resiliently retractable bristles, in particular for brushing surfaces of complex shape, such as teeth. Laboratoires Pharmascience, Thomas J Greer Jr, January 6, 1987: US04633542 (54 worldwide citation)

Tufts of bristles (3) in a brush are resiliently retractable by thrusting against a membrane (5) which is capable of resilient spot deformation, with each tuft being retractable independently from the other tufts of the brush. Tufts are retracted into the brush in order to continuously match the env ...