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Durkos Larry George, Christie Charles Dewey, Denney Jerry William, Trusty Jon Caton, Reynolds Walter Lee, Cole Robert Wayne, Brinson Fred Edwin, Lovell Allen Kent: Apparatus and method for preparing and presenting serum chemistries for analyzation. American Monitor Corporation, Jenkins Hanley & Coffey, August 26, 1975: US3901656 (48 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for handling and preparing for analyzation serum chemistries composed of serum specimens and chemical reagents. Serum specimens are loaded into a plurality of specimen cups in a specimen conveyor, and chosen ones of said cups are successively pressurized by a transfer apparatus to a predet ...


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Giffel Byron B, Cole Robert B: Low noise cord with non-metallic shield. Belden Corporation, Anderson William E, June 11, 1974: US3816644 (27 worldwide citation)

A low noise flexible multiconductor electric cord having a number of insulated electrical conductors, at least one of which has a non-metallic electrically conductive material enveloping the same to define an electrical shield, a grouping of relatively small exposed electrical drain or ground strand ...


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Glaug Frank S, Cole Robert Theodore, Serafino Jean: Absorbent article with multiple core. Tyco Healthcare Retail Serv, July 13, 2005: EP1551344-A1 (27 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is provided which includes a fluid permeable top sheet and a first absorbent core being separate and in fluid communication with a second absorbent core. The second absorbent core is separate and in fluid communication with a third absorbent core. The first, second and third abs ...


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Glaug Frank, Cole Robert: Absorbent cores for absorbent articles and method for making same. Tyco Healthcare Retail Serv, May 17, 2006: EP1656162-A1 (27 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is provided, including a barrier layer, a cover layer extending substantially parallel to the barrier layer, and a superabsorbent polymer interposed between the cover layer and the barrier layer. The superabsorbent polymer is adhered to the article in a pattern configured to dis ...


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Glaug Frank, Cole Robert: Absorbent cores for absorbent articles and method for making same. Tyco Healthcare Retail Services, Glaug Frank, Cole Robert, COHEN Joshua L, March 3, 2005: WO/2005/018694 (27 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is provided, including a barrier layer, a cover layer extending substantially parallel to the barrier layer, and a superabsorbent polymer interposed between the cover layer and the barrier layer. The superabsorbent polymer is adhered to the article in a pattern configured to dis ...


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Walters Jack E, Cole Robert B: Stretchable cable. Belden Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Luedeka, July 9, 1974: US3823253 (26 worldwide citation)

An elongated, uncoiled stretchable and retractable cable is formed with the capability of stretching several times its relaxed length and returning to its relaxed length without being damaged by having inner and outer conductors helically wrapped with opposite lays or serves which may move relative ...


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Bayes Lowell D, Cole Robert B: Electrical cable structure. Belden Corporation, February 6, 1973: US3715458 (25 worldwide citation)

An electrical cable structure is described in which two separate cables are enclosed within a single extruded jacket. The jacket includes a recess extending along its outer surface equidistant from and parallel with the first and second cables. The recess is of a configuration to form a retainer for ...


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Cole Robert, Formosa Daniel, Helmestetter Thomas J, Holmes Rory, Russak Stephen, Salome Roberto, Stern Beth, Sun Robert, Viemeister Tucker, Walsh Stacy, Worringer Jennifer: Hygienic absorbent articles.. Mcneil Ppc, September 7, 1994: EP0613671-A2 (21 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides improvements in absorbent products, but is particularly useful with urinary incontinence pads. An embossed pattern on the bottom layer of the double layer absorbent core construction improves the removal of urine or other fluids from the discharge zone to be ready for ...


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Wardlaw Russell, Cole Robert Peter: Rolling door operating mechanism. The Cookson Company, January 25, 1972: US3637004 (16 worldwide citation)

A clutch for a rolling door operating mechanism safeguards a door counterbalance mechanism by actuating a rotatable brake member against a stationary drum should the counterbalance fail. The brake is released again by normally driving the operating mechanism. In one form, the clutch is arranged on a ...