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Heinz Redl, Gert Kriwetz: Apparatus for applying a tissue adhesive on the basis of human or animal proteins. Immuno Aktiengesellschaft fur chemisch medizinische Produkte, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, November 16, 1982: US04359049 (290 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for applying a tissue adhesive on the basis of human or animal proteins for seamlessly or seam-supportingly connecting human or animal tissue or organ parts, sealing wounds, stopping bleedings and the like, which tissue adhesive is formed in situ by bringing together solutions of the ...


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Lawrence B Lockwood, Michael Wells, Henri J A Charmasson: Self-service terminal. Lawrence B Lockwood, Henri J A Charmasson, Ralph S Branscomb, November 16, 1982: US04359631 (246 worldwide citation)

A self service terminal for dispensing voice and video information, printed documents, and goods; and for accepting service orders and payments therefor by currency or credit card. The terminal comprises a cathode ray tube display with mass storage for presenting information about the product or ser ...


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Harold J Vinegar, Monroe H Waxman: Method and apparatus for determining shaliness and oil saturations in earth formations using induced polarization in the frequency domain. Shell Oil Company, November 16, 1982: US04359687 (239 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is disclosed for borehole measurements of the induced polarization of earth formations. The apparatus consists of an induced polarization logger capable of measuring both in-phase and quadrature conductivities in the frequency domain. A method is described which uses these measurements ...


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Gerard K O Neill: Satellite-based vehicle position determining system. Robbins & Laramie, November 16, 1982: US04359733 (167 worldwide citation)

A system for determining the positions of a plurality of vehicles traveling on or above a defined sector of the earth's surface comprises a transponder carried by each vehicle for transmitting a uniquely coded beacon signal in response to a general interrogation signal, at least three repeater-carry ...


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George S Cole, Karl M Schmidt: Thrust producing shoe sole and heel. Vogel Dithmar Stotland Stratman & Levy, November 16, 1982: US04358902 (167 worldwide citation)

A thrust producing shoe sole and heel having fluid-proof cavities located in the heel portion and in the sole portion which underlies the metatarsal ball area of a foot for which the sole and heel is sized, the cavities being connected by restricted passageways. The material underlying the cavities ...


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Bruce I Dolan: Tray for organizing optical fiber splices and enclosures embodying such trays. Northern Telecom, Sidney T Jelly, November 16, 1982: US04359262 (138 worldwide citation)

An organizing tray for optical fiber splices has a plurality of grooves extending longitudinally, with resilient parts to retain packaged splices in the grooves. The tray snaps on to support tie members extending between end plates. Trays can be stacked one on another, with a top cover. Fibers are l ...


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Jay Smith III, Gerald S Karr, Lawrence T Jones: Hand-held electronic game playing device with replaceable cartridges. Smith Engineering, Jackson Jones & Price, November 16, 1982: US04359222 (119 worldwide citation)

A hand-held electronic program playing device having a flat panel electro-optical display unit incorporated in a housing, is disclosed. Circuitry suitable for driving the display unit and manually operable controls for providing a plurality of control functions are incorporated in the housing. A rep ...


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Lloyd L Garner: Method of fabrication of rock bit inserts of tungsten carbide (WC) and cobalt (Co) with cutting surface wear pad of relative hardness and body portion of relative toughness sintered as an integral composite. Smith International, Robert G Upton, November 16, 1982: US04359335 (105 worldwide citation)

A method of fabricating a rock bit insert which has improved wear characteristics is disclosed. Selected surfaces of the insert are implanted with a harder grade of tungsten carbide and sintered thereto. The special insert then would find application in the gage row of, for example, a roller cone ro ...


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David E Staub: Removable tip cautery. Concept, Gipple & Hale, November 16, 1982: US04359052 (99 worldwide citation)

A variable temperature cautery comprising a housing configured to retain a voltage source with an adaptor plug and associated heating tip assembly in operative relation to each other. A control assembly is movably attached to the housing to operatively couple a conductor disposed within the housing ...


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James S Bianco: Spectrally-limited bar-code label and identification card. Pennie & Edmonds, November 16, 1982: US04359633 (96 worldwide citation)

A label or identification card has a base with a region which absorbs invisible light and a region which reflects invisible light. Both regions absorb visible light over a predetermined spectral range. A filter is disposed on the base. The filter transmits both invisible light and visible light over ...



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