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Jay Mueller, Stephen B Ashby: Fastening device for container liners. Heller & Kepler, May 30, 1995: US05419452 (64 worldwide citation)

A liner fastener arrangement for retaining a liner including bags with or without handles. The liner fasteners are retained relative to the container for providing removable liners.


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Jay Mueller, Stephen B Ashby: Fastening device for container liners. Heller & Kepler, November 16, 1993: US05261553 (59 worldwide citation)

A liner fastener arrangement for retaining a liner including bags with or without handles. The liner fasteners are retained relative to the container for providing removable liners.


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Andrew Stephen Van Luchene, Raymond Jay Mueller: Virtual environment with formalized inter-character relationships. Leviathan Entertainment, April 6, 2010: US07690997 (26 worldwide citation)

Virtual environments in which multiple characters are allowed to form relationships wherein the relationships may provide various benefits as well as obligations are described. Systems and methods for forming, monitoring, and terminating the relationships are also described.


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Andrew Stephen Van Luchene, Raymond Jay Mueller: Financial institutions and instruments in a virtual environment. Leviathan Entertainment, January 12, 2010: US07645194 (19 worldwide citation)

A system and method to allow players of a video game to perform financial transactions in a virtual environment. According to some embodiments, real world financial instruments such as a credit card or other financial instrument may guarantee some or all of the virtual financial operations.


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Jay Mueller, Gary A Crabtree, Roger K Crabtree: Game ball target. Heller & Kepler, November 2, 1993: US05257808 (14 worldwide citation)

A golf practice device has a flexible weighted ring and a sloped shoulder. A bottom surface includes an array of gripping projections generally encircling the ball receiving opening defined by the ring. The game target is placed upon a natural ground surface and uses the natural ground surface as a ...


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Daniel Jay Mueller: Sports training device. Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, September 13, 2016: US09440131 (2 worldwide citation)

A device for training a baseball/softball player to swing a bat with a positioning apparatus affixed to the bat and a guide component tethered to an adjustable cuff on the upper arm of the trailing arm. Interconnection of guide component and positioning apparatus prevents the hands and bat from cast ...


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Andrew Stephen Van Luchene, Raymond Jay Mueller: Financial institutions and instruments in a virtual environment. Leviathan Entertainment, Gonzales Patent Services, April 19, 2007: US20070087819-A1

A system and method to allow players of a video game to transfer funds between entities in a virtual environment. According to some embodiments, real world financial instruments such as a credit card or other financial instrument may guarantee some or all of the virtual financial operations.


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Andrew Stephen Van Luchene, Raymond Jay Mueller: Financial institutions and instruments in a virtual environment. Leviathan Entertainment, Gonzales Patent Services, April 19, 2007: US20070087820-A1

A system and method to allow players of a video game to perform financial transactions in a virtual environment. According to some embodiments, real world financial instruments such as a credit card or other financial instrument may guarantee some or all of the virtual financial operations.


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Andrew Stephen Van Luchene, Raymond Jay Mueller: Video Game Environment. Gonzales Patent Services, January 3, 2008: US20080004116-A1

The present disclosure provides various novel concepts to a video game environment. Video game environments that include a method for controlling the quantity of raw materials in and between games, where player characters invent items by creating blueprints that are registered to a virtual patent of ...


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Andrew Stephen Van Luchene, Raymond Jay Mueller, Dean Alderucci: Fee-Based Priority Queuing for Insurance Claim Processing. Leviathan Entertainment, Gonzales Patent Services, January 17, 2008: US20080015968-A1

A document priority queuing system is described wherein a document that is received for processing is assigned a position in a queue and a fee can be paid to change the documents position in the queue. Also provided are mechanisms for ensuring fairness to documents provided by applicants who are una ...