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William Arthur Taylor: Method for playing a video gaming machine. May 27, 2003: US06569013 (224 worldwide citation)

A method for playing video gambling games whereby pay tables vary from play to play, or, alternatively, whereby a plurality of pay tables are possible within a game. For example, in a video poker game a player wagers against a first pay table. If a winner occurs, the next game offers a new pay table ...


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Margaret Brewer, George Arthur Taylor: Apparatus for the control of inventory. I S R, Pennie & Edmonds, January 4, 2000: US06012041 (95 worldwide citation)

An apparatus stores stock for retrieval at a later date. The apparatus maintains an inventory of the stock contained within and produces an invoice as stock is removed. A telecommunication apparatus is provided for allowing the apparatus to re-order stock items from remote sources as stock is remove ...


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Chao Chen, Arthur Taylor: Method of making a surgical suture. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, April 16, 1991: US05007922 (69 worldwide citation)

A needle-suture combination with reduced diameter portion of the suture being attached to the blunt end of the needle. The maximum diameter of the suture being almost the same but no larger than the diameter of the blunt end of the needle and the reduced diameter portion of the suture having a tensi ...


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William Arthur Taylor: Bonus play method for a gambling device. September 2, 2008: US07419429 (69 worldwide citation)

A method for playing a gaming device where selected bets enable various bonuses. In the preferred embodiment 5 different bonuses are offered depending on credit per line bets, and said bonuses may occur in combination.


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Chao Chen, Arthur Taylor: Sterile surgical needle-suture combination. Ethicon, January 14, 1992: US05080667 (37 worldwide citation)

A needle-suture combination with reduced diameter portion of the suture being attached to the blunt end of the needle. The maximum diameter of the suture being almost the same but no larger than the diameter of the blunt end of the needle and the reduced diameter portion of the suture having a tensi ...


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Mark Nichols, Kenneth W McBride, Ian Viney, Arthur Taylor, Richard Jackson, John F Schipper: Survey coordinate transformation optimization. Trimble Navigation, John F Schipper, November 16, 1999: US05986604 (29 worldwide citation)

A system for selecting an optimal transformation T(G2;G1) between a first ellipsoid E1 (e.g., WGS 84) in a first global coordinate system G1, relative to which the survey measurements are made, and a second ellipsoid E2 (e.g., NAD 27) in a second global coordinate system G2. Location coordinates (x' ...


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Alastair W Hunter, Arthur Taylor Jr, Mark Steckel: Sterilized heterogeneous braids. Ethicon, Hal Brent Woodrow, May 24, 1994: US05314446 (26 worldwide citation)

Heterogeneous braided multifilament of first and second set of yarns mechanically blended by braiding, in which first and second set of yarns are composed of different fiber-forming materials.


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Mark Nichols, Kenneth W McBride, Ian Viney, Arthur Taylor, Richard Jackson, John F Schipper: Optimization of survey coordinate transformations. Trimble Navigation, John Schipper, March 25, 1997: US05614913 (19 worldwide citation)

A system for selecting an optimal transformation T(G2;G1) between a first ellipsoid E1 (e.g., WGS 84) in a first global coordinate system G1, relative to which the survey measurements are made, and a second ellipsoid E2 in a second global coordinate system G2. A set of location coordinates (x'.sub.m ...


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Wilfred Gwyn Weeks, Malcolm Arthur Taylor: Lock assemblies. Weeks and Taylor, Mason Kolehmainen Rathburn & Wyss, December 7, 1976: US03995459 (13 worldwide citation)

A lock assembly comprises a stud for mounting on one member such as a door, a plate for pivotal mounting on another member and a separate locking member for locking the plate to the stud having locking mechanism comprising a cylinder slidable in the locking member and onto the stud, a ball movable t ...


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Hawkins Peter Arthur Taylor: Crusher for scrap metal and the like and method of crushing.. Hawkins Peter A T, June 16, 1982: EP0053930-A2 (11 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for crushing scrap metal, especially for flattening car body shells, has a jaw mechanism (11) which includes a lower jaw member (30) and an upper jaw member (50). The lower jaw carries a platform (31) for the object to be crushed and the upper jaw carries a flat press plate (55). The two j ...