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Mark H Lucovsky, Shaun Douglas Pierce, Steven D White, Ramu Movva, Jagadeesh Kalki, David Benjamin Auerbach, Peter Sewall Ford, Jay Christopher Jacobs, Paul Andrew Steckler, Walter C Hsueh, Kendall D Keil, Burra Gopal, Suresh Kannan, Yi Wen Guu, Samuel John George, William Raymond Hoffman, Philip Michael Smoot, Lijiang Fang, Michael B Taylor, Winnie C Wu, Paul J Leach, Richard B Ward, Yun Qi Yuan: Schema-based services for identity-based data access. Microsoft Corporation, November 27, 2007: US07302634 (187 worldwide citation)

A schema-based service for Internet access to per-user services data, wherein access to data is based on each user's identity. The service includes a schema that defines rules and a structure for each user's data, and also includes methods that provide access to the data in a defined way. The servic ...


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Martin Callingham, Dwaipayan Chaudhuri, Kenneth V Curry, Barry G Pike, Michael B Taylor: Skin composition. Lever Brothers Company, Milton L Honig, James J Farrell, March 17, 1987: US04650670 (24 worldwide citation)

A personal, propellant-free antiperspirant product contains a moisture-absorbent polymer instead of or in addition to the usual metal salt. The product is applied to the skin to give a dry deposit containing the polymer for absorbing skin moisture such as perspiration. The polymer is capable of abso ...


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Martin Callingham, Dwaipayan Chaudhuri, Kenneth V Curry, Barry G Pike, Michael B Taylor: Skin composition. Lever Brothers Company, Milton L Honig, James J Farrell, May 10, 1988: US04743440 (21 worldwide citation)

A personal antiperspirant product contains a moisture-absorbent polymer instead of or in addition to the usual metal salt. The product is applied to the skin in a finely divided form to give a dry, non-sticky deposit for absorbing skin moisture such as perspiration. The polymer is capable of absorbi ...


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Mark H Lucovsky, Shaun Douglas Pierce, Ramu Movva, Jagadeesh Kalki, David Benjamin Auerbach, Peter Sewall Ford, Yun Qi Yuan, Yi Wen Guu, Samuel John George, William Raymond Hoffman, Jay Christopher Jacobs, Paul Andrew Steckler, Walter C Hsueh, Kendall D Keil, Burra Gopal, Steven D White, Paul J Leach, Richard B Ward, Philip Michael Smoot, Lijiang Fang, Michael B Taylor, Suresh Kannan, Winnie C Wu: Schema-based services for identity-based data access. Microsoft Corporation, L Alan Collins, February 16, 2010: US07664724 (20 worldwide citation)

A schema-based service for Internet access to per-user services data, wherein access to data is based on each user's identity. The service includes a schema that defines rules and a structure for each user's data, and also includes methods that provide access to the data in a defined way. The servic ...


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Martin Callingham, Dwaipayan Chaudhuri, Kenneth V Curry, Barry G Pike, Michael B Taylor: Skin composition. Lever Brothers Company, Milton L Honig, April 18, 1989: US04822596 (20 worldwide citation)

A personal antiperspirant product contains a moisture-absorbent polymer instead of or in addition to the usual metal salt. The product is applied to the skin in a finely divided form to give a dry, non-sticky deposit for absorbing skin moisture such as perspiration. The polymer is capable of absorbi ...


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Winnie C Wu, Michael E Deem, Edward G Sheppard, Lijiang Fang, Jian Li, Michael B Taylor: Systems and methods for interfacing application programs with an item-based storage platform. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, March 6, 2012: US08131739 (13 worldwide citation)

Various embodiments of the present invention are directed to a storage platform comprising: a data store in which data stored therein is defined in terms of items, elements, and relationships, wherein an item is a unit of data storable in the data store and comprises one or more elements, an element ...


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Anil Kumar Nori, Bekim Demiroski, Gregory S Friedman, Michael B Taylor, Michael E Deem, Michael J Newman, Michael J Pizzo, Nigel R Ellis, Sanjay Nagamangalam: Schema grammar and compilation. Microsoft Corporation, August 9, 2011: US07996443 (9 worldwide citation)

The subject innovation provides a system and/or a method that facilitates developing schemas for a file storage system. A type definition component can provide a schema grammar, wherein a generator component can employ the schema grammar to build the schema for the file storage system. The schema gr ...


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Winnie C Wu, Michael E Deem, Edward G Sheppard, Lijiang Fang, Jian Li, Michael B Taylor: Systems and methods for interfacing application programs with an item-based storage platform. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, February 24, 2005: US20050044089-A1

Various embodiments of the present invention are directed to a storage platform comprising: a data store in which data stored therein is defined in terms of items, elements, and relationships, wherein an item is a unit of data storable in the data store and comprises one or more elements, an element ...


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Mark Lucovsky, Steven D White, Aaron J Hartwell, Lijiang Fang, Michael B Taylor, Suresh Kannan: Schema-based services for identity-based access to contacts data. Law Offices of Albert S Michalik PLLC, February 27, 2003: US20030041065-A1

A schema-based contacts service for Internet access to per-user contact data, wherein access to data is based on each user's identity. The contacts service includes a schema that defines rules and a structure for each user's data, and also includes methods that provide access to the data in a define ...


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Mark H Lucovsky, Shaun Douglas Pierce, Steven D White, Ramu Movva, Jagadeesh Kalki, David Benjamin Auerbach, Peter Sewall Ford, Jay Christopher Jacobs, Paul Andrew Steckler, Walter C Hsueh, Kendall D Keil, Burra Gopal, Suresh Kannan, Yi Wen Guu, Samuel John George, William Raymond Hoffman, Philip Michael Smoot, Lijiang Fang, Michael B Taylor, Winnie C Wu, Paul J Leach, Richard B Ward: Schema-based services for identity-based data access. Michalik & Wylie Pllc, July 10, 2003: US20030131073-A1

A schema-based contacts service for Internet access to per-user contact data, wherein access to data is based on each user's identity. The contacts service includes a schema that defines rules and a structure for each user's data, and also includes methods that provide access to the data in a define ...