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Jeremy Aaron Abel, Satyajit Deb, Thomas Michael McKeon, Steven Michael Schennum, Craig Allen White: Touch sensitive flashlight. Creata Retail, D Peter Hochberg, Sean Mellino, February 6, 2007: US07172313 (5 worldwide citation)

A flashlight having a non-conductive housing, an electric power source, a light source, and two nodes disposed on external surfaces of the non-conductive housing, wherein the flashlight is adapted to allow electric current to flow from the power source through the light source when both of the two n ...


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Craig Allen
Jeremy Aaron Abel, Satyajit Deb, Thomas Michael McKeon, Steven Michael Schennum, Craig Allen White: Touch sensitive flashlight. D Peter Hochberg Co Lpa, August 3, 2006: US20060171142-A1

A flashlight having a non-conductive housing, an electric power source, a light source, and two nodes disposed on external surfaces of the non-conductive housing, wherein the flashlight is adapted to allow electric current to flow from the power source through the light source when both of the two n ...


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David Matthew Groh, Theresa Louise Johnson, Steven Michael Schennum, Thomas Michael McKeon, Jeremy Aaron Abel: Package For Dispensing A Personal Care Product. The Procter & Gamble Company, Global Legal Department IP, October 22, 2009: US20090263174-A1

A package for dispensing a liquid personal care product, the package comprising: a body for grasping with a user's hand; an applicator comprising an applicator base and a skin-contacting portion extending from the applicator base to a first height; a dispensing conduit through which a liquid persona ...


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David Matthew Groh, Theresa Louise Johnson, Steven Michael Schennum, Thomas Michael McKeon, Jeremy Aaron Abel: Package For Lathering A Personal Care Product. The Procter & Gamble Company, Global Legal Department IP, October 22, 2009: US20090263175-A1

A package for lathering a liquid personal care product, the package comprising: (a) a body for grasping with a user's hand, wherein the body comprises a horizontal plane defining a first cross-sectional shape; and (b) an applicator comprising a skin-contacting portion, wherein the skin-contacting po ...



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