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David B Hames: Adsorbent neutralizer. John M Norton, Palmatier Sjoquist & Helget, December 29, 1992: US05174462 (160 worldwide citation)

An adsorbent neutralizer for absorbing, without disguising, odorous gases from soiled matter in a relatively large container having a closable opening at least the size of a hand. The adsorbent neutralizer is contained in a perforated receptacle and may be engaged relative to the container via adhes ...


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Sacherer Klaus Dieter: Storage container for analytical test elements. Roche Diagnostics, October 27, 1999: EP0951939-A2 (133 worldwide citation)

Each chamber (3) fixes analytical agents inside. Preferred Features: A narrowing of the chamber is sufficient for fixation, e.g. caused by internal prominences of the walls. One of the two or more openings is permeable to the agent. Another opening permits a plunger to displace it. Each chamber has ...


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Mander Robert J, Ramm Duane E, Simms Robert J: Tube storage rack. Owens Illinois, February 22, 1972: US3643812 (116 worldwide citation)

A storage rack for culture tubes or similar tubular articles is vacuum-formed from a plastic material, such as polypropylene and comprises two separably connected elements, one being a boxlike member with upstanding peripheral walls and a floor having a plurality of wells in which to receive the low ...


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Yih Chen Yang: Garbage can with a packaged and folded plastic bags supplier. Chiang Keh Yeu, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, September 14, 1982: US04349123 (89 worldwide citation)

A garbage can with a packaged and folded plastic bags supplier, characterized in using a series of plastic bags which are packaged and folded in a box as a supplier for continuously supplying available plastic bags, relates to the structure of a garbage can and the special manner of sealing and fold ...


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Pierre J deLarosiere: Case for multipacks of bottles. International Container Systems, Pennie & Edmonds, October 18, 1983: US04410099 (84 worldwide citation)

A case for unsupported-base multipacks of bottles has an outer wall, a base grid comprising a plurality of interconnected ribs, and partitioning to divide the case into a plurality of multipack receptacles. Each multipack receptacle has a generally hollow supporting pillar projecting from the base g ...


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Elizabeth M Whelan: Jewelry holding device. Terry R Mohr, December 13, 1983: US04420084 (61 worldwide citation)

A device for holding jewelry such as earrings for wearing in pierced ears has at least two frames with a rigid sheet mounted in each of the frames, with the rigid sheet having apertures for receiving the jewelry.


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Wallestad Victor C, Elftmann Joel A: Wafer storage and shipping container. Fluroware, January 5, 1971: US3552548 (60 worldwide citation)

A housing having a generally circular cross section with a wafer-receiving cavity therein and an opening having an inner dimension larger than the peripheral dimension of the wafer, an inner surface of said cavity which tapers inwardly from the outer edges thereof generally toward the center and awa ...


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David L Jackson, Jennifer A O Flynn, Kimberly J Zachary: Carrying case for a container. Hamilton Beach Proctor Silex, Roger S Dybvig, December 26, 2006: US07153025 (58 worldwide citation)

A carrying case for heated food containers, particularly slow cookers, has a flexible bottom wall, side wall and lid so that it can be adjusted to accommodate food containers of various different dimensions. A clamp assembly is provided for securely holding a lid on the food container within the car ...


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Kryter Karl D: Storage case for magnetic tape cassettes, their boxes and the like. September 4, 1973: US3756383 (58 worldwide citation)

This disclosure deals with novel tape cassette and tape cassette box storage cases wherein sets of particularly positioned and spaced short horizontal and vertical ribs are provided at the front and rear faces of at least the bottom box portion of the case to enable transverse parallel storage of ca ...


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George J LeSage: Jewelry case. Edward A Gordon, April 13, 1982: US04324446 (54 worldwide citation)

A jewelry case for receiving, storing, carrying and displaying jewelry, comprising a front portion and a back portion defining at least one compartment therebetween. The front portion comprises a pair of closure members hingedly mounted to the back portion to provide easy access to the compartments. ...