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Steven Yellin Schondorf, Kristin Marie Schondorf, Ted Selker, Scott Howard Gaboury, Thomas Michael McQuade: Wireless seatbelt buckle switch harvesting energy and method therefor. Ford Global Technologies, Frank MacKenzie, June 10, 2008: US07383911 (7 worldwide citation)

A device (20) for an automotive vehicle (10) is provided to indicate the buckled and unbuckled status of a seatbelt (24). The device (20) has a self-powered wireless switch assembly (22) that is coupled to the seatbelt (24). It provides power to power a wireless transmitter (44) to transmit a wirele ...


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Matthew Lee Brown, Mui Cheung, Scott Howard Dickerson, Cassandra Gauthier, Philip Anthony Harris, Robert Neil Hunter, Gregory Pacofsky, Michael Robert Peel, Jeffrey Alan Stafford: 1,3-Oxazole compounds for the treatment of cancer. SmithKline Beecham Corporation, John L Lemanowicz, Jennifer L Fox, March 13, 2007: US07189712 (7 worldwide citation)

Oxazole derivatives, which are useful as VEGFR2, CDK2, and CDK4 inhibitors are described herein. The described invention also includes methods of making such oxazole derivatives as well as methods of using the same in the treatment of hyperproliferative diseases.


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James J Manzi, Anthony Dean Bruce, Andrew Mark Fedorchek, Scott Howard Setrakian, Mark James D Agostino, Timothy Patrick O Reilly Jr, David William Kreps: Methods, system, and articles of manufacture for developing analyzing, and managing initiatives for a business network. Applied Predictive Technologies, Eric L Sophir, King & Spalding, February 22, 2011: US07895072 (6 worldwide citation)

A system, method, and article of manufacture is disclosed for developing and managing a the test of a business initiative for a business network including business locations. In one aspect of the invention, a method is performed that includes performing a process for developing a business initiative ...


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Dennis Roland Zander, Paul Teremy, William Andrew Bergstresser, Eric Peschan Hochreiter, Scott Howard Schwallie: Apparatus and method for loading and partially unloading a camera with a discrete film strip. Eastman Kodak Company, Charles E Snee III, February 24, 1998: US05721960 (6 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is disclosed for loading and unloading a photographic camera (426) of a type including an external housing (428, 478) having a movable closure (484) giving access to a film guide track (566) within the camera, the guide track extending between an unexposed film chamber (562) and an exposed ...


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McClain James E, Parks Arcus F, Scott Howard L: Fault indicating apparatus. Esco Manufacturing Company, August 15, 1972: US3685035 (6 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is fault indicating apparatus responsive to normal and excessive current associated with an external circuit conductor being monitored, the fault indicating apparatus including an indicator for providing a visual indication of the normal or fault current condition in the external circuit c ...


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Scott Howard Gaboury, Steven Yellin Schondorf, David James Tippy, Paul Kevin Kula, Rene A Najor, Janak Chitalia: Electrical sensor mount. Ford Global Technologies, Frank A MacKenzie, September 9, 2003: US06618261 (6 worldwide citation)

A sensor mount assembly including a housing, fastener and a lever mechanism. The housing contains a sensor having two electrical leads and includes an integral flange adapted to receive a fastener. The fastener includes a body and a head. The body is received in the flange to secure the housing to a ...


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George Adjabeng, Jerry Leroy Adams, Scott Howard Dickerson, Keith Hornberger, Neil W Johnson, Kevin Kuntz, Kimberly Petrov, Jeffrey M Ralph, Tara Renae Rheault, Gregory Schaaf, John Stellwagen, Xinrong Tian, David E Uehling, Alex G Waterson, Brian Wilson: Benzene sulfonamide thiazole and oxazole compounds. Glaxo SmithKline, J Scott Young, April 9, 2013: US08415345 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides thiazole sulfonamide and oxazole sulfonamide compounds, compositions containing the same, as well as processes for the preparation and methods for their use as pharmaceutical agents.


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