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Nicholas G Forlenza: Construction method. Mateflex Mele Corporation, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan and Kurucz, October 25, 1977: US04054987 (63 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is of a novel method for constructing a recreational ball-playing court surface from a plurality of square, unitary, elastic, molded thermoplastic sheets having a plurality of support legs and means for interlocking the sheets together. The sheets are divided into square gratings. The ...


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H Douglas Johns, Nicholas G Forlenza, Gregory K Adams, Jeffrey M Reents, Michael C Mayne, Carl R Spoeth: Shock mounting asssembly for use with flat panel displays. Monorail, James L Ewing IV, Geoff L Sutcliffe, Kilpatrick Stockton, November 3, 1998: US05831816 (42 worldwide citation)

A computer includes a base unit and an upper unit which encloses all electronic components of the computer, such as an LCD display, system board, various drives, sound card, speakers, and modem. The base unit has dimensions of only about 11 inches by 7 inches and can easily be placed in small areas. ...


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Charles A Sellers, David P Eichberger, Steven J Lau, Mark H Ruch, Nicholas G Forlenza, Roger Q Paulsel: Dual bin paper feed tray for an image reproduction machine such as a printer or copier. Compaq Computer Corporation, Konneker & Bush, November 17, 1992: US05163670 (18 worldwide citation)

A dual bin paper feed tray is removably insertable into the standard height tray-receiving housing opening of an image reproduction machine such as a printer or copier. The tray has adjacent front and rear paper holding bin areas each configured to hold a stack of approximately 250 cut paper sheets, ...


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Nicholas G Forlenza: Method of zoning grate surfaces. Mateflex Mele Corporation, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan and Kurucz, October 20, 1981: US04296160 (15 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method for delineating zones on the surface of thermoplastic gratings. The method comprises inserting in the grate openings a removable closure member adapted to interlock with the grating and close the opening. The removable closure member is distinguishable from the grating in color ...


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H Douglas Johns, Nicholas G Forlenza, Gregory K Adams, Jeffrey M Reents, Michael C Mayne, Carl R Spoeth: Computer assembly with housing and frame members. Monorail, James L Ewing, Geiff L Kilpatrick Stockton Sutcliffe, November 10, 1998: US05835343 (14 worldwide citation)

A computer includes a base unit and an upper unit having anterior and posterior housing members for enclosing all electronic components of the computer, such as an LCD display, system board, various drives, sound card, speakers, and modem. The base unit has dimensions of only about 11 inches by 7 in ...


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H Douglas Johns, Nicholas G Forlenza, Gregory K Adams, Jeffrey M Reents, Michael C Mayne, Carl R Spoeth: Pivotal computer stand. Geoff L Sutcliffe, James L Kilpatrick Stockton Ewing IV, March 30, 1999: US05887837 (13 worldwide citation)

A computer includes a base unit and an upper unit which encloses all electronic components of the computer, such as an LCD display, system board, various drives, sound card, speakers, and modem. The base unit has dimensions of only about 11 inches by 7 inches and can easily be placed in small areas. ...


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H Douglas Johns, Nicholas G Forlenza, Gregory K Adams, Jeffrey M Reents, Michael C Mayne, Carl R Spoeth: Computer having a life-time counter. Monorail, Geoff L Sutcliffe, James L Ewing IV, Kilpatrick Stockton, July 13, 1999: US05923870 (10 worldwide citation)

A computer includes a base unit and an upper unit which encloses all electronic components of the computer, such as an LCD display, system board, various drives, sound card, speakers, and modem. The base unit has dimensions of only about 11 inches by 7 inches and can easily be placed in small areas. ...


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H Douglas Johns, Nicholas G Forlenza, Gregory K Adams, Jeffrey M Reents, Michael C Mayne, Carl R Spoeth: Computer Assembly with cam member for locking components. Monorail, James L Ewing IV, Geoff L Kilpatrick Stockton Sutcliffe, October 6, 1998: US05818689 (10 worldwide citation)

A computer includes a base unit and an upper unit which encloses all electronic components of the computer, such as an LCD display, system board, various drives, sound card, speakers, and modem. The base unit has dimensions of only about 11 inches by 7 inches and can easily be placed in small areas. ...


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David Eichberger, Nicholas G Forlenza: Keying method and apparatus. Compaq Computer Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, September 24, 1996: US05559589 (9 worldwide citation)

The field of the invention is an improved keying system for categorizing a consumable cartridge by using a two component system including a relatively long-lived portion and the relatively short-lived consumable cartridge. The improved system includes a lug element and a structure for mounting the l ...


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