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Devlin Edward J: Drinking utensil. Glacier Incorporated, Fitch Even Tabin & Luedeka, October 8, 1974: US3840153 (98 worldwide citation)

A drinking utensil includes a container having flexible walls and a conduit extending into the container. A valve is applied to the conduit to control the flow of a beverage which is dispensed when a pressure is applied to the flexible walls of the container. A capsule that contains a refrigerant is ...


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John A Crane, Cyril Crane: Novelty spoon. Jac Investments, Knechtel Demeur & Samlan, September 7, 1999: US05946807 (28 worldwide citation)

A hand held eating and drinking utensil that is constructed to be used for the dual purpose of serving as a spoon for eating and as a straw for drinking. The utensil is in the form of a spoon having a handle with a bowl for eating food as a spoon and having a handle that is hollow throughout its cen ...


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Donald L Tymchuck: Food viscometer and method of use. Med Diet Laboratories, Craig J Lervick Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, November 14, 2000: US06145373 (9 worldwide citation)

The food viscometer of the present invention includes a microprocessor controlled fluid viscometer assembly contained in a housing configured for easy mounting on the upper edge of a glass or other conventional drinking utensil. Projecting from the housing of the food viscometer is a probe that is p ...


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Thomas John Freeman: Extendable drinking utensil (herein referred to as “this invention” or “hyper space mug”). January 30, 2007: US07168583 (6 worldwide citation)

An insulated drinking utensil that extends to contain more liquid and enhance logo/decorative display including an outer casing, inner casing(s), a lid if desired, a handle if desired, and sealing gasket if desired. The extendable drinking container transforms from a normal drinking utensil into a l ...


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Soreau Marcel: Container for beverages convertible into a tumbler or other drinking utensil.. Soreau Marcel, March 29, 1989: EP0309314-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

The container for preserving a beverage, in particular a wine, consists of a body in the form of a drinking glass or another drinking utensil, whose rim opening is hermetically closed by a removable cap and which comprises a filling passage closed off by a leaktight stopper. The filling passage 6 co ...


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Eating and/or drinking utensils. Mak J, April 14, 1977: GB1470141-A (2 worldwide citation)

1470141 Vessels JAMES MAK 29 Sept 1975 [9 Jan 1975] 911/75 Heading A4A [Also in Division G1] An eating and/or drinking utensil comprises a vessel for containing a food or drink, and a thermometer 3 built into the vessel for determining the temperature of the food or drink. The thermometer 3 comprise ...


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Container for beverages convertible into a tumbler or other drinking utensil.. Soreau Marcel, March 31, 1989: FR2621012-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The container for preserving a beverage, in particular a wine, consists of a body in the form of a drinking glass or another drinking utensil, whose rim opening is hermetically closed by a removable cap and which comprises a filling passage closed off by a leaktight stopper. The filling passage 6 co ...


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Payn Roger Dennis: Computer/keyboard support platform with legs individually adjustable in length to stabilise the platform on an uneven surface. Payn Roger Dennis, January 31, 2001: GB2352426-A (1 worldwide citation)

The platform 1 has four legs 8 which are each individually adjustable in length to provide a stable support on an uneven surface, for example, a bed. Each leg extends from a corresponding socket 3 on the underside of the platform. The height of each leg is determined by tightening or untightening a ...


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Improvements in or relating to means for the washing of drinking utensils and the like. Benjamin John Lewis, February 6, 1952: GB666031-A (1 worldwide citation)

666,031. Pads. LEWIS, B. J. July 18, 1950 [Aug. 11, 1949], No. 20875/49. Class 19. A washing device for the cleaning of drinking glasses or the like consisting of a pad of sponge rubber having a divided portion presenting two legs spaced from each other of length substantially equal to the depth of ...


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Anupam J Pathak, Michael M Allen: Handheld tool for leveling uncoordinated motion. Verily Life Sciences, Christensen O Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC, April 17, 2018: US09943430

A handheld tool includes a handle for holding by a user, an attachment arm extending from the handle that is configured to connect to a user-assistive device, a first inertial measurement unit (“IMU”) mounted to the attachment arm to acquire measurements of one or more of a motion or an orientation ...