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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 (342 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 (231 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 (208 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 (171 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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Didier Bernardin: Display tray for aligned articles. Young & Thompson, May 12, 1992: US05111942 (171 worldwide citation)

A channel is adapted to receive partly nested objects in a queue which a clamp/pusher member associated with a return spring urges towards an anterior abutment wall, the pusher member is associated with a slide member sliding in a central guide corridor, while the return spring forms at least one ou ...


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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 (166 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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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 (164 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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Harry C Sweere, Michael D Gonnerman, Donald M Voeller: Desktop flat panel display support system. Ergotron, Hugh D Jaeger, January 18, 2000: US06015120 (163 worldwide citation)

Desktop flat panel display support system includes a base, a pivot support bracket assembly, and a support arm, with gas spring, leads to a single axis pivot where a flat panel display may be connected. The pivot support bracket assembly rotates about a vertical axis to provide azimuthil rotation of ...


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David S Breslow: Spring-urged shelf divider system. RTC, Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, May 16, 1989: US04830201 (163 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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