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Sizer Phillip S, Young Carter R: Apparatus for treating wells. Otis Engineering Corporation, November 19, 1974: US3848668 (40 worldwide citation)

A method of and apparatus for treating wells to provide surface controlled subsurface safety systems in the wells, whether previously completed wells or newly completed wells. A method and apparatus is provided for installing receptacles in the well flow conductors below the surface for receiving su ...


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Schaar Charles H: Contourable diaper. The Kendall Company, Sprunger Powell L, November 19, 1974: US3848599 (39 worldwide citation)

A contourable diaper comprising, a pleated pervious cover sheet, a pleated impervious back sheet, and a pair of absorbent pads intermediate the cover and back sheets. The pads are permitted to move longitudinally in the overlapped region in order that the diaper transforms from a generally planar sh ...


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Daniel James T, Templeton George E, Smith Jr Roy J: Control of aeschynomene sp. with colletrotrichum gloeosporioides penz. f. sp. aeschynomene. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of, Silverstein M Howard, Hensley Max D, November 19, 1974: US3849104 (39 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method for controlling northern jointvetch. More particularly, this invention relates to a method for controlling northern jointvetch with an endemic anthracnose disease of northern jointvetch [Aeschynomene virginica (1) B.S.P.] incited by the fungus Colletotrichum gloesp ...


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Fanini Luigi: Module for furniture development. Kalish Ralph W, November 19, 1974: US3848942 (39 worldwide citation)

A module for integration with related modules for developing a substantial variety of articles of furniture. The module, fabricated of a synthetic material, contains side walls each of which is comprised of two mating shells; said side walls having spaced series of vertically aligned openings; botto ...


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Sackner Marvin A: Suction catheter. Physician s Medical Patent Development Corporation, Holman & Stern, November 19, 1974: US3848604 (39 worldwide citation)

A suction catheter comprising an elongated flexible plastic tube having a lumen running interiorly thereof and defining an opening at the distal end. Means are provided at the proximal end for connecting the catheter to a source of vacuum. The distal end of the tube is provided with laterally extend ...


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Leonard Charles E: Subject integument spatial stimulator. General Electric Company, Kuch Bailin L, November 19, 1974: US3848608 (38 worldwide citation)

A cutaneous stimulator includes a plurality of pairs of first and second immediately adjacent, noncontinguous contacts, the plurality of said first contacts being arranged in columns and the plurality of said second contacts being arranged in rows, each of the contacts in each respective column bein ...


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Sweet Alvin H, Sweet Don A: Non-slipping hand grip for tennis racket and the like. Johnson Howard L, November 19, 1974: US3848871 (38 worldwide citation)

Handle construction for manually-grasped movable control arm such as machinery lever or handle of bat or tennis racket, provides opposite longitudinal rows of suction cups disposed to be contact-compressed by the user closing his hand about the handle, thus insuring a tighter grip and preventing acc ...


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Leibrick Peter, Terry Nick H: Conveyor and sorting system. Butz Engineering Corporation, Huebner & Worrel, November 19, 1974: US3848728 (38 worldwide citation)

An endless closed loop parcel sorting conveyor system particularly adapted for use between areas of different vertical elevation. The system includes an endless track, contiguous receptacle means forming an endless conveyor mounted on said track for movement therealong and in-line omit drive means a ...


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Feustel James R, Hoyt Kenneth L, Valukonis Jonas: Body support and impact absorbing frame system for a motor vehicle. Ford Motor Company, Sadler Clifford L, Zerschling Keith L, November 19, 1974: US3848886 (38 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to impact absorbing systems for motor vehicles. In the preferred embodiment, the system includes a chassis frame having a plurality of plastically deformable energy absorbing sections and mounting devices for supporting a vehicle body on the frame. The novel mounting system c ...


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Marlin Lawrence, Schwarz Eric George: Process for providing a backing on carpets. Union Carbide Corporation, Finnegan Reynold J, November 19, 1974: US3849156 (38 worldwide citation)

Process for providing a backing on a carpeting material comprising (1) forming a heat curable polyurethane forming froth which is substantially structurally and chemically stable but workable at ambient conditions, (2) applying said froth to the back of carpeting; (3) shaping said froth and (4) curi ...