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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Helber: Apparatus for in-wall storage of a toilet plunger. January 2, 2007: US07156476 (3 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for storing and concealing a toilet plunger in a bathroom wall. The storage apparatus comprises restraint means for compressing the toilet plunger cup or bulb and retaining it in a compressed state. In a preferred embodiment, the plunger cup or bulb is compressed to substantially less than ...


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Randy D Sines, Michael J Kuhn, Randy A Gregory: Automated system for playing live casino table games having tabletop changeable playing card displays and monitoring security features. Digideal Corporation, Wells St John Roberts Gregory & Matkin P S, December 26, 2000: US06165069 (372 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for playing live casino-type card games, in particular blackjack. The systems include a presentation unit which has video displays which portray virtual playing cards and other information at gaming tables attended by live participants. Shuffling, cutting, dealing and return of p ...


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Garry D Meissner, Peter Fayter: Automated gaming system and method of automated gaming. FM Gaming Electronics, Ratner & Prestia, July 14, 1998: US05779546 (300 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus enable a game to be played based upon a plurality of cards. An automated dealing shoe dispenses each of the cards and recognizes each of the cards as each of the cards is dispensed. Player stations are also included. Each player station enables a player to enter a bet, request ...


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Robert J Hastings, Paily T Varghese: Rack-mounted computer apparatus. Compaq Computer Corporation, Konneker & Bush, October 24, 1995: US05460441 (251 worldwide citation)

A rack mounted computer system has a vertically elongated cabinet structure in which a specially designed server unit is mounted. The server unit includes a slide-out outer drawer having a power supply box mounted in a lower interior portion thereof. An inner tray is slidably mounted in an upper int ...


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Randy D Sines, Michael J Kuhn, Randy A Gregory: Automated system for playing live casino table games having tabletop changeable playing card displays and play monitoring security features. Digideal Corporation, Wells St John Roberts Gregory & Matkin P S, August 7, 2001: US06270404 (243 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for playing live casino-type card games, in particular blackjack. The systems include a presentation unit which has video displays which portray virtual playing cards and other information at gaming tables attended by live participants. Shuffling, cutting, dealing and return of p ...


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Edward D Weinberger: Programmable medication dispensing system. Polypharm, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, April 18, 1995: US05408443 (232 worldwide citation)

A medication-dispensing system includes a prescribing data entry station for use by a physician to store prescription information in a portable prescribing module, a dispensing data entry station for use by a pharmacist to store dispensing information in a portable dispensing data storage unit, and ...


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Robert S Behl: Electronic medication dispensing system. Sybron Corporation, Robert A Gerlach, Joseph C MacKenzie, September 25, 1984: US04473884 (211 worldwide citation)

A portable medication dispensing unit has several compartments for storing pills or other forms of medicine. The dispensing unit is programmed with a medication schedule which causes visual and audio signals when it is time for the medication to be consumed. The medication schedule is optimized to a ...


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Jon B Ryburg, Neil Goldberg: Integrated computer implement work area. Herman Miller, Varnum Riddering Schmidt & Howlett, August 1, 1989: US04852500 (196 worldwide citation)

An integrated computer implement work area has a rail typically in a wall panel for supporting an articulating arm and another rail for supporting one or more work surfaces. The articulating arm supports a video display terminal for movement toward and way from the rail as well as vertically with re ...


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Charles William Hall, Julian Dominick Rizzi, John Arthur Stubecki: Docking station for a portable computer providing rotational movement of the computers viewable screen in three different planes. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence R Fraley, May 12, 1998: US05751548 (186 worldwide citation)

A portable computer docking station that is capable of allowing rotational movement of the computer's viewable screen in at least three different planes, thereby facilitating viewing and other utilization (e.g., using a pen) of the screen within a motor vehicle. The docking station defined herein is ...



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