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Stephan R Bornslaeger: Nonwoven laminate for recreation fabric. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William D Herrick, Wendell Fredericks, Howard Olevsky, February 22, 1983: US04374888 (273 worldwide citation)

Laminate of nonwoven fabric having unique properties suitable especially for use as a recreational fabric in the manufacture of tents, outer garments, tarpaulins and the like. The laminate includes, as essential components, an outer spunbonded layer treated for resistance to ultraviolet radiation an ...


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Elbert E Harris, Arthur A Patchett, Edward W Tristram, Matthew J Wyvratt: Aminoacid derivatives as antihypertensives. Merck & Co, Salvatore C Mitri, Martin L Katz, February 22, 1983: US04374829 (264 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to new carboxyalkyl dipeptide derivatives and related compounds which are useful as antihypertensives.


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In B Yoon: Occlusion ring applicator. Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 22, 1983: US04374523 (173 worldwide citation)

A ring applicator device and method for applying an elastic occluding ring to an anatomical tubular structure which comprises an inner cylinder slidably disposed within an outer cylinder, forceps means slidably disposed within said inner cylinder, and means for moving said forceps means into and out ...


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Mas Harada: Vented ear tip for hearing aid and adapter coupler therefore. Qualitone Hearing Aids, Schroeder Siegfried Vidas Steffey & Arrett, February 22, 1983: US04375016 (161 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is directed to a vent adapter for an ear tip coupling for use with a modular "In The Ear" hearing aid. The ear tip has a bulbous distal tip portion with a sound delivering aperture and a plurality of vent apertures therein. In the assembly, the sound aperture of the ear tip is connect ...


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Albin F Turbak, Fred W Snyder, Karen R Sandberg: Microfibrillated cellulose. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, James B Raden, Harold J Holt, February 22, 1983: US04374702 (132 worldwide citation)

Microfibrillated celluloses having properties distinguishable from all previously known celluloses, are produced by passing a liquid suspension of cellulose through a small diameter orifice in which the suspension is subjected to a pressure drop of at least 3000 psig and a high velocity shearing act ...


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Jozef A M Sanders, Franciscus H M Sanders, Hendrikus Kalter, Everhardus P G T van de Ven: Method of manufacturing a semiconductor device. U S Philips Corporation, Paul R Miller, February 22, 1983: US04374698 (116 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing a semiconductor device in which layers of silicon nitride and silicon oxide are etched by bringing the layers into contact with constituents of a plasma which is formed in a gas mixture which contains a fluoride compound and an oxygen compound. By addition of from 1 to 15% ...


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David B Scott, Roderick D Davies, Yee Chaung See: Method of manufacturing silicide contacts for CMOS devices. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Robert Groover III, Melvin Sharp, James T Comfort, February 22, 1983: US04374700 (96 worldwide citation)

In the manufacture of a CMOS device, oxide is etched away from polysilicon gate-level interconnects, and from source or drain regions of either conductivity type to which the polysilicon gate-level interconnect is desired to be connected. A metal is then deposited, and silicide is formed to connect ...


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Franco P Pardini, Francesco De Vizzi: Rapid electric-arc extinguishing assembly in circuit-breaking devices such as electric circuit breakers. General Electric Company, R A Menelly, W C Bernkopf, F Jacob, February 22, 1983: US04375021 (94 worldwide citation)

A rapid arc extinguishing assembly includes an arc chute comprising a large number of essentially parallel deionizing plates each in form of thin magnetically permeable, electrically conductive plates bent in U-shape, with the curve of the U facing the circuit breaker contacts and the arms thereof i ...


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Shiro Tsuji, Hiroshi Matsushima, Yasuharu Shimeki, Nobuyoshi Kihara, Misao Kato: Method and apparatus for encoding low redundancy check words from source data. Matsushita Electric Industrial Company, Lowe King Price & Becker, February 22, 1983: US04375100 (93 worldwide citation)

Source data is organized by a time compression memory (4) into a plurality of successive groups of data words arranged in a pattern of rows and columns with the rows corresponding to respective recording tracks. A plurality of successive groups of parity check words is provided in the same pattern o ...


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Alfred A Iversen: Body stimulation lead. Medtronic, Schroeder Siegfried Vidas Steffey & Arrett, February 22, 1983: US04374527 (91 worldwide citation)

An improved body stimulation lead wherein the electrode is isolated from extraneous forces imparted to the lead body. In a preferred embodiment, a plurality of lobes are formed in the lead body, the lobes being engageable with body tissue to maintain the position of the electrode and being deformabl ...