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Tim Strandell
John M Lipscomb, Timothy B Strandell, Daniel J DeLay: Cat litter scoop holder. GHL International, Boyle Fredrickson Newholm, Stein & Gratz Sc, January 29, 2004: US20040016860-A1

A cat litter scoop holder that includes scoop retaining walls that define a pocket for receiving a cat litter scoop. The holder includes a base upon which it sets upright. Its sides can be open to promote airflow. The pocket includes a drain. The base preferably is hollow such that it forms a chambe ...


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Kenneth Schofield, William W Gallmeyer, Theodore C Zwiep: Rearview mirror and accessory mount for vehicles. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, June 5, 1990: US04930742 (382 worldwide citation)

A mounting adaptor is disclosed for removably securing an interior rearview mirror assembly to a mounting support on the inner surface of a vehicle window such as a windshield. The adaptor preferably has a recessed channel on one side for receiving a window mounting button and a projection on the op ...


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Harrith M Hasson: Rotational surgical instrument. Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, August 2, 1988: US04760848 (238 worldwide citation)

An instrument according to the present invention comprises a casing, an exposed working head with an associated movable element, an actuating link slidably mounted relative to the casing for moving the element and an actuator mechanism with a control portion for sliding the actuating link. The actua ...


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Laird Broadfield, Patricia M Lee, Paul M Seelinger, David T Heffron, Albert W Dibelka, John J Rodenrys, Robert J Feeney, Joseph M Calabro, William Conrad: Method and apparatus for the dispensing of drugs. Pyxis Corporation, Michael D Steffensmeier, September 12, 2000: US06116461 (233 worldwide citation)

A system and apparatus are described in which modular receptacles are filled and transported to automatic dispensing machines for later retrieval and distribution. A system of the present invention includes the loading, refilling, and replacement of the modular receptacles at various stages in the p ...


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Richard Markson: Shelf organizer display. Markson Rosenthal & Company, Abelman Frayne & Schwab, October 7, 1997: US05673801 (191 worldwide citation)

A shelf organizer is provided for the storage and dispensing of a plurality of individual products. The shelf organizer is connected to the store fixture by a slide assembly which readily permits its movement between a retracted and extended position relative to the store fixture. A plurality of ide ...


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William S Spamer, Dennis E Parham, Timothy M Shannon: Pusher device for dispensing articles. The Mead Corporation, Tsugihiko Suzuki, June 3, 1997: US05634564 (190 worldwide citation)

A pusher device for dispensing merchandise is disclosed. The device includes an elongate plastic track having a floor on which a row of articles are positioned for movement therealong, a pusher connected to the track for movement therealong and having a front side for engagement with the rearmost ar ...


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David S Breslow: Spring-urged shelf divider system. RTC, Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, May 16, 1989: US04830201 (179 worldwide citation)

A shelf divider system comprising a divider wall mountable in a channel member secured to the front of a shelf. A spring-urged pusher member is slidably mounted on a track having a pair of rails integral with the divider shaft. In one embodiment, the operationally mounted divider wall is vertically ...


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Leonard Storch, Ernst van Haagen: Information transfer and use, particularly with respect to objects such as gambling chips. Leonard Storch, Frank J DeRosa, March 21, 1989: US04814589 (173 worldwide citation)

Coding systems utilizing machine-readable coding are disclosed. The coding systems are extremely simple to use and preferred embodiments of the machine-readable coding require no external reference or reference code or starting point or orientation for reading or decoding. The number of usable codes ...


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Milton J Merl: Gravity feed shelving system with track and pusher. Schweitzer Cornman Gross & Bondell, November 7, 2000: US06142317 (171 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the display and storage of package products in a store environment for access by consumers is adapted for use in conjunction with conventional display gondolas having uprights for shelf mounting. The apparatus includes a gravity feed unit for positioning on a shelf behind an array o ...


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James R Burchell: Shelf allocation and management system. Robert L Potter, November 28, 1995: US05469976 (171 worldwide citation)

A shelf allocation and management system for allocating shelf space among rows of products and for moving the rows of products towards the front of the shelf is disclosed. The system includes a plurality of adjacent side rail assemblies positioned along the shelf extending from front to back. Each s ...