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Ralph Iverson: Strain relief and connector - cable assembly bearing the same. Whittaker Corporation, Donald E Nist, October 17, 1989: US04874331 (127 worldwide citation)

The strain relief device is used in combination with a metal electronic cable-connector assembly for high temperature applications and high mechanical shock application. The strain relief shrouds and protects the weld or braze between the cable and connector and also extends over a length of the cab ...


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Charles A Spindt: Automatically focusing field emission electrode. SRI International, Cushman Darby & Cushman, October 17, 1989: US04874981 (122 worldwide citation)

Several embodiments of a thin film field emission cathode array are described which automatically shape the beams of emitted particles, without the addition of shaping or other electrode structure. A potential field pattern is established to control the trajectory of the emitted particles, by contro ...


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Herbert D Freed, Dennis Leach: Flexible light rail. Gunn Lee & Jackson, October 17, 1989: US04874320 (121 worldwide citation)

A light rail system for supporting light fixtures which is flexible so as to conform to curved and irregular surfaces. The light rail has two strips, fabricated from a single piece of conductive material, surrounded by upper and lower tracks of thermoplastic material. Extensions from the strips form ...


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R David McNaughton: Syringe shield. Karen M Gerken, Martin P Hoffman, Mitchell B Wasson, October 17, 1989: US04874383 (121 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are hypodermic syringes having special safety features for preventing the user from inadvertently pricking himself with the needle. In the preferred embodiment the barrel of, for example, a syringe is provided with a sleeve that can be drawn out over the needle and firmly locked into posit ...


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Tony M Quisenberry, Fred E Wahlenmeier: Receptacle for receiving infectious waste material. Winfield Corporation, Arnold White & Durkee, October 17, 1989: US04874103 (114 worldwide citation)

A receptacle for receiving hazardous or infectious waste material which is nonreleasably sealable to prevent spillage or contamination. The receptacle includes a lower, imperforate base container for receiving and holding the waste material. A cover is provided which engages the base container in a ...


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Hiroshi Ezaki, Yoneji Kobayashi, Katsumi Iida: Golf club set. Bridgestone Corporation, Jordan and Hamburg, October 17, 1989: US04874171 (105 worldwide citation)

The golf club set according to the present invention consists of plural golf clubs of which the lofts are increased iron a predetermined order, preferably with increments of 3.degree. to 4.degree.. The heads of golf clubs with lofts ranging from 9.degree. to 25.degree. in the set being constructed w ...


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Daniel A Pharo: Clam-like packaging system. Phillips Moore Lempio & Finley, October 17, 1989: US04874093 (102 worldwide citation)

A packaging system comprises a first bag portion defining an inflated first chamber and a second bag portion defining an inflated second chamber with the bag portions overlying each other to define a pocket therebetween having an article compressed and retained therein. The bag portions are pivotall ...


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Kazuo Sangyoji, Jun Sakai, Shigeyuki Hayashi, Makoto Suzuki, Yasuo Kimura: Image recording apparatus. Brother Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Oliff & Berridge, October 17, 1989: US04875074 (102 worldwide citation)

A picture image recording apparatus includes an image-forming device for forming a light-shielding image on a light-transmissive sheet, an exposure device for exposing a photosensitive recording medium to light through the light-transmissive sheet to form a latent image corresponding to the light-sh ...


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Frederick R White, Roy E Bolles: Power infuser. James M Deimen, October 17, 1989: US04874359 (101 worldwide citation)

A modular, power augmented medical infusion apparatus to provide rapid transfusion of relatively large quantities of blood, blood components, colloid, and fluids to patients. All components of the infuser that contact blood are sterlie, disposable, and easily assembled. Disassembled or partially ass ...


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Tetsuro Matsumoto: Semiconductor memory with an improved nibble mode arrangement. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry & Wands, October 17, 1989: US04875192 (100 worldwide citation)

A dynamic semiconductor memory includes a shift register which enables a nibble operation to be carried out, and a timing generator. The timing generator detects every transient state of the column address strobe signals to form shift pulses that are to be supplied to said shift register, as well as ...