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Meanings and phrases
- clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment; apparent; evident; manifest; plain; unmistakable
- (of a bodily tube or passageway) open; affording free passage
- a document granting an inventor sole rights to an invention; patent of invention
- an official document granting a right or privilege; letters patent
- obtain a patent for
- grant rights to; grant a patent for
- make open to sight or notice
- the government bureau in the Department of Commerce that keeps a record of patents and trademarks and grants new ones; Patent and Trademark Office Database
Patent and Trademark Office Database
- the government bureau in the Department of Commerce that keeps a record of patents and trademarks and grants new ones; Patent Office
- an official document granting a right or privilege; patent
- If this was mentioned in the letters patent, it could also be hereditary.
- It was instituted under letters patent of Queen Elizabeth II dated 27 July 1980.
- He was confirmed as baron by letters patent of King Louis XVIII of France in 1815.
- an application for sole rights to an invention
- The patent application was found in the 1990s in Moscow.
- Diesel describes the cycle in his 1895 patent application.
- His patent application was filed in 2014.
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- a ductus arteriosus that failed to close at birth; may require surgical correction
- violation of the rights secured by a patent
- Affymetrix then sued Synteni for patent infringement.
- LGE then sued Quanta for patent infringement.
- This caused Prometheus to sue Mayo for patent infringement.
- that branch of jurisprudence that studies the laws governing patents
- degree with a concentration in patent law in 1976.
- He practiced patent law at a small firm in Fairfield.
- is not a valid statement of patent law.
- leather with a hard glossy surface
- a cigar-shaped log with rotary fins that measure the ship's speed; screw log; taffrail log
- medicine that is protected by a patent and available without a doctor's prescription
- It was a patent medicine produced by the Zam-Buk Company of Leeds, England .
- Hamlin's Wizard Oil, the underwriter of an early songbook, was nothing more than a patent medicine company.
- Curtis decided to become a traveling salesman starting in 1850, selling additional products like patent medicine.
- the right granted by a patent; especially the exclusive right to an invention
- a legal system for protecting the rights of inventors
- By 2012, 27 patent applications had been filed, all by foreigners.
- Within a year, he filed several patent applications on these and other inventions.
- Nonetheless, two patent applications unveil that the amino group can be changed, i.e.
- He has patent rights for six of his inventions.
- The Tosco Corporation purchased its patent rights in 1952.
- The design was so simple that King did not enforce his patent rights.
- Parkes took out his first patent (No.
- It was Brouwer, finally, who gave the theorem its first patent of nobility.
- It was his first patent.
- He filed a patent for an "ionocraft" in 1959.
- On February 14, Gray's lawyer filed a patent caveat with a .
- A year later, Harwick Johnson filed a patent for a prototype IC.
- Crown received a patent for the invention in 1974.
- On 15 June 1928, Lerp received a patent in Germany for his invention.
- He received a patent for his invention on March 17, 1896 (US Patent #556,711).
- Corneliszoon was granted a patent for his crankshaft in 1597.
- On November 23, 1893, she was granted a patent for the car heater.
- In 1791, he was granted a patent ""Method of Burning bricks, Tiles, Chalk"".
- That same morning, Bell's lawyer filed Bell's application with the patent office.
- The result was an interference hearing at the patent office to determine priority.
- The patent was be challenged, triggering another patent office interference hearing.
- The first generation of GM crops lose patent protection beginning in 2015.
- Lilly filed for patent protection on the compound which was granted in 1953.
- Rohrabacher commented: "Make no mistake, 'first to file' weakens patent protection.
- However Tesla did not benefit financially, due to competing patent claims.
- Both patent claims were initiated in Austria; and described the manufacture of RDX by nitrating hexamethylenetetramine.
- The lawsuit was both for patent claims and alleged unfair business practices that led to Honeywell's monopolization of the RLG market.
- The patent was granted, as number 807,871, on 19 December 1905 and assigned to Mills Novelty Company.
- The patent was granted to Leavitt at his residence in Cabotville, Massachusetts, now part of Chicopee, Massachusetts.
- A more limited varietal patent was granted to RiceTec in 2001 on claims dealing with three strains of the rice developed by the company.
- Patent matters would be handled by Hubbard's patent attorney, Anthony Pollok.
- Calvin's father is a patent attorney (like Watterson's own father), while his mother is a stay-at-home mom.
- Leonard Dyer Leonard H. Dyer (1897–1955) was an inventor, patent attorney, and yachtsman from Washington, DC.