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Steven D Overholt: Knife with replaceable cutting element. Dowrey & Associates, June 10, 2003: US06574868 (62 worldwide citation)

A knife having a handle component and a blade component, the blade component comprising a pair of opposed flanking side members and a replaceable blade insert confined and held therebetween. The side members are joined together by a blade insert locator and a spacer element at the region of connecti ...


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Steven D Overholt: Corrugating adhesive composition for adhering normally abherent surfaces. Champion International Corporation, Evelyn M Sommer, February 4, 1986: US04568714 (15 worldwide citation)

An aqueous starch-based corrugating adhesive containing casein, a carboxylated styrene-butadiene copolymer latex and preferably glyoxal is used to adhere liner and medium substrates having normally abherent surfaces.


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Steven D Overholt: Knife with replaceable cutting element. Harry M Cross Jr, November 25, 1997: US05689889 (12 worldwide citation)

A knife having a handle section and a blade section, the blade section comprising a pair of opposed flanking side members and a replaceable blade insert confined between the side members and held therebetween. The side members are joined together by a blade insert locator so as to provide a slot for ...


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Steven D Overholt: Method of use of corrugating adhesive composition for adhering normally abherent surfaces. Champion International Corporation, Evelyn M Sommer, April 29, 1986: US04585501 (8 worldwide citation)

An aqueous starch-based corrugating adhesive containing casein, a carboxylated styrene-butadiene copolymer latex and preferably glyoxal is used to adhere liner and medium substrates having normally abherent surfaces.


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Reinhard D Bohme, Steven D Overholt: Resin impregnated board. Champion International Corporation, Silverman Cass Singer & Winburn, November 18, 1986: US04623412 (4 worldwide citation)

Uniformly impregnated liner and medium for making corrugated board are prepared by using a urea-aldehyde impregnating composition to impregnate board in-line and a process where the coated board is treated with an aqueous primer and fully cured to provide board having resin free surfaces.


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Steven D Overholt, Maureen B Reynolds: Warming elements for the beaters of a mixer. Richard K Thomson, January 7, 2014: US08622604

A mixer for mixing food items and ingredients includes beaters removably attachable to the mixer, and the beaters including arms and mixing blades and extending along and wrapping about the arms and mixing blades of each beater is a heating element, preferably electrical wiring or leads, that is emb ...