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Instrument for placing lateral gastro-intestinal anastomoses. United States Surgical, October 28, 1970: GB1210522-A (360 worldwide citation)

1,210,522. Stapling instrument. UNITED STATES SUKGIOAL CORP. 6 Oct., 1967 [10 Oct., 1966; 23 June, 1967], No. 45849/67. Heading B4C. [Also in Division A5R] A surgical stapling instrument 128 comprises two pivotally connected separate halves, 130 and 20, each half comprising a body portion with a for ...


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Gary O Sandstedt: Restaurant or retail vending facility. Brady O Boyle & Gates, November 15, 1983: US04415065 (256 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a vending system particularly adapted for a restaurant or retail sales outlet which includes a hand held portable data entry terminal having an operator addressable, programmable memory containing a repertoire or library of sales or menu items addressable by entering a product code. The ...


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Michael A Rivalto: Automated drive-up vending facility. M A Rivalto, Lyman R Lyon, January 9, 1996: US05482139 (242 worldwide citation)

An automated drive-up vending facility (10) and method utilizes a plurality of automatic transaction machines (12) located around the periphery of a storage building (14), whereby customers can drive their vehicles along side the building, insert an account/debit card into a card reader (16), and ma ...


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Gary O Sandstedt: Restaurant or retail vending facility. Brady O Boyle & Gates, February 11, 1986: US04569421 (236 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a vending system particularly adapted for a restaurant or retail sales outlet which includes a hand held portable data entry terminal having an operator addressable, programmable memory containing a repertoire or library of sales or menu items addressable by entering a product code. The ...


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Ostrovsky Leonid: Pivotal assembly of insulated wall panels. Ostrovsky Leonid, October 19, 1983: GB2117813-A (229 worldwide citation)

The joint assembly comprises a pair of strips 13, 12 secured to the edges of respective panels by folding the outer skins 10 and by a dovetail joint 20 with the foam insulation material 11. The connecting strips provide a curved tongue 27 and groove 21. The groove strip has a pivotal body 23 of part ...


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Robert T Mintus, John C Paine: Charging system for a vehicle. Caterpillar Industrial, David M Masterson, September 17, 1991: US05049802 (209 worldwide citation)

Automated charging systems for vehicles having rechargeable batteries are in common use today. Such systems typically have exposed contacts or the need for additional circuitry to move the contacts. The subject system includes circuitry which allows the charge receiving member to be only connected t ...


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Lowell R Norman: Quickly erectable, quickly collapsible, self supporting portable structure. Spring Form, F Eugene Logan, August 13, 1991: US05038812 (173 worldwide citation)

Quickly erectable, quickly collapsible, self supporting portable structures (100) that are self expandable with little or no effort by the user, which in their fully expanded upstanding configuration are self supporting. The fully expanded upstanding structure can be quickly collapsed into a stack o ...


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Richard T Kell: Self-powered pool vacuum with remote controlled capabilities. October 3, 1995: US05454129 (166 worldwide citation)

A self-powered pool vacuum with remote controlled capabilities. The vacuum including a head having a lower base in a generally rectangular configuration with side openings extending vertically therethrough and an enlarged leading edge. The head also includes an intermediate cover positionable over t ...


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Om P Gupta, Marvin R Clinch, Robert C Ricketson: Product information system for shoppers. Digicomp Research Corporation, Barnard Brown & Michaels, November 8, 1994: US05361871 (161 worldwide citation)

The present invention teaches apparatus, method and use for a portable shopper product information remote unit. A plurality of remote units are provided to shoppers within a retail establishment which uses bar code scanners at a cashier's counter to record products of the shopper's purchase. The uni ...


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Yu Zheng: Collapsible shade structure. Posit Plus, Raymond Sun, November 21, 1995: US05467794 (156 worldwide citation)

A collapsible shade structure includes a plurality of foldable frame members each having a folded and an unfolded orientation. A fabric material is provided for substantially covering the frame members to form a side panel for each frame member, each side panel assuming the unfolded orientation of i ...



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