English Patents of Inventions Specifications

Griffiths ' Improvements in Stamping and Shaping Sheet Metal . NOW KNOW YE ,
that in compliance with the said proviso , I , the said Thomas Foxall Griffiths , do
hereby declare that the nature of my said Invention , and the manner in which ...

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ISBN: DMM:057003058498

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Shaping Invention

In addition to discussing the importance of the patent process and Blanchard's political and managerial savvy in the success of his inventions, Cooper (research affiliate, the History of Science Program, Yale U.) examines the implications ...

Author: Carolyn C. Cooper

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ISBN: 0231566689

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African Contributions in Shaping the Worldwide Intellectual Property System

Among those countries, Ghana, Kenya, and Mauritius have defined either a patent or an invention or both. The Ghanaian Patent Act defines in Section 2 both ...

Author: Tshimanga Kongolo

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317184331

Category: Law

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Africa is playing an increasingly more significant role in the domain of international intellectual property law, and this book underlines the contributions made by African countries as a group to the development of the current international IP system. It examines in detail their breakthrough proposals and initiatives at the WTO, WIPO and WHO with regard to IP and public health; IP and traditional knowledge, traditional cultural expressions and genetic resources; IP and biodiversity; and exceptions and limitations to copyright. Using Botswana, Burundi, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, South Africa and Tunisia as examples, it examines the systems under which these IP subject matters are protected. From a regional perspective, the book also analyses some initiatives taken by ARIPO, OAPI and the African Union to protect traditional knowledge and traditional cultural expressions, especially in relation to protection of the rights of local farming communities and breeders, regulation of access to biological resources, genetically modified organisms and the proposed establishment of the new Pan-African Intellectual Property Organization (PAIPO). Demonstrating how Africa is now an active player on the international IP scene, this book will be invaluable to those interested in intellectual property law, business and commercial law, and African and international law.
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Subject matter Index made from Titles Only of Patents of Invention

Machinery for cutting and shaping wood for ship- | 11,235 2nd June 1846 John
Webster Cochiran . building and other purposes . Machinery for sawing ... of
Patent . 226 Cut ] [ Cut SUBJECT - MATTER INDEX OF PATENTS OF
INVENTION .

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ISBN: DMM:057001253117

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Shaping World History

Invention of the Wheel : Revolution in Land Transport By the fourth millennium B.C, the Sumerians had invented the wheel , and wheels soon appeared from the ...

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ISBN: 0765618737

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Some elements shaping investment decisions

Secondly , as shown in figures 2 and 3 , the patterns of invention within the different branches of a given industry tend to exhibit considerable similarity ...

Author: United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee

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ISBN: UIUC:30112026209426

Category: Capital investments

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Alphabetical Index of Patentees and Applicants for Patents of Invention

1869 Machinery or apparatus for drilling , turning or cutting and shaping metals
or other materials . 691 8th March 1869 Machinery or apparatus for ... Number of
Patent . Date . 205 Pit ] [ Pol AND APPLICANTS FOR PATENTS OF INVENTION .

Author: Great Britain. Patent Office

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105027508105

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Invented by Law

Carolyn C.Cooper, Shaping Invention: Thomas Blanchard's Machinery and Patent Management in NineteenthCentury America (New York: Columbia University Press, ...

Author: Christopher Beauchamp

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674744547

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Christopher Beauchamp debunks the myth of Alexander Graham Bell as the telephone’s sole inventor, exposing that story’s origins in the arguments advanced by Bell’s lawyers during fiercely contested battles for patent monopoly. The courts anointed Bell father of the telephone—likely the most consequential intellectual property right ever granted.
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The Repertory of Patent Inventions

hitherto known , that of forming all the materials of a perpendicular and rectangular shape , the present invention accomplishing the same result by means ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3140607

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Shaping Invention

In addition to discussing the importance of the patent process and Blanchard's political and managerial savvy in the success of his inventions, Cooper (research affiliate, the History of Science Program, Yale U.) examines the implications ...

Author: Carolyn C. Cooper

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ISBN: 0231068689

Category: History

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Blanchard invented woodworking machines and production systems that were central to the development of American manufacturing technology in the early 19th century. In addition to discussing the importance of the patent process and Blanchard's political and managerial savvy in the success of his inventions, Cooper (research affiliate, the History of Science Program, Yale U.) examines the implications of these inventions for business and the US economy. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Specifications of Inventions

MION . DROIT Shaping Plastic Materials . LETTERS PATENT to William Fullarton
Murray , Potter , and Thomas Duncan M Farlane , Machinist , both of Glasgow , in
the County of Lanark , North Britain , for the Invention of “ IMPROVEMENTS IN ...

Author: Great Britain. Patent Office

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ISBN: NYPL:33433015218518

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Making Nature Shaping Culture

The requirement of novelty is usually established by demonstrating that the invention in question has not been already patented by someone else and that it ...

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Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803212569

Category: Science

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For ages, farmers have domesticated plant varieties, while scientists have "made" nature through hybridization and other processes. This give and take-mediated through negotiations, persuasion, the marketplace, and even coercion-has resulted in what we call "nature" and has led to a homogenization of plant crops. Yet homogenization has led to new problems: genetic vulnerability, and the lack of systems to maintain plant germplasm of varieties no longer grown in the fields. This book addresses issues previously viewed as primarily technical concerning the germplasm debate: that is, how, what, and where to store the range of genetic materials necessary to reproduce plants. By examining Brazil, Chile, France, and the United States, the authors show how different cultures respond to the decline in genetic diversity. The findings show that the quest for uniformity in foods, agriculture, and environment eventually threatens everyone. The politicization of this debate is inevitable because the destruction of human cultural diversity goes hand in hand with the destruction of plant varietal diversity. The authors agree that responses to the controversies must involve food security, relinking of food with agriculture and the environment, revaluing traditional knowledge, and rethinking development. They stress that answers will be found not by experts acting unilaterally but through the democratization of scientific and technical exchange. Lawrence Busch is professor of sociology at Michigan State University. William B. Lacy is director of the Cooperative Extension Service at Cornell University. Jeffrey Burkhardt is a professor of agricultural economics at the Institute for Food and AgriculturalSciences at the University of Florida. Douglas Hemken is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Rural Sociology at the University of Wisconsin. Jubel Moraga-Rojel is professor of sociology at the Universidade Australe del Chile. Timothy Koponen is a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at Northwestern University and Josi de Souza Silva is with the Commission on Plant Genetic Resources at FAO in Rome.
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Reports of Cases Arising Upon Applications for Letters patent for Inventions Determined in the Circuit and Supreme Courts of the District of Columbia on Appeal from the Commissioner of Patents

Opinion of the court . shaping of the bar by compression . This was no novelty .
And as the claim stood and was construed before any amendment , it was well
rejected . Nor is the invention limited only to a preliminary shaping in front of a die
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Author: Frank MacArthur

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ISBN: CHI:60361857

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

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Shaping the Netherlandish Canon

Throughout the Schildei-Boeck, the critical category inventy, "invention," runs parallel to teyckenconst. I now turn to invention, focusing especially on ...

Author: Walter S. Melion

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226519593

Category: Art

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A treatise on Dutch art on par with Vasari's critical history of Italian art, Karel van Mander's Schilder-Boeck (or Book on Picturing) has long been recognized for its critical and historical influence—and yet, until now, no comprehensive account of the book's conception, aims, and impact has been available. In this in-depth analysis of the content and context of Van Mander's work, Walter S. Melion reveals the Schilder-Boeck's central importance to an understanding of northern Renaissance and Baroque art. By interpreting the terminology employed in the Schilder-Boeck, Melion establishes the text's relationship to past and contemporary art theory. Van Mander is seen here developing his critical categories and then applying them to Ancient, Italian, and Netherlandish artists in order to mark changes within a culture and to characterize excellence for each region. Thus Melion demonstrates how Van Mander revised both the structure and critical language of Vasari's Lives to refute the Italian's claims for the superiority of the Tuscan style, and to clarify northern artistic traditions and the concerns of Netherlandish artists. A much needed corrective to the view that Dutch art of the period was lacking in theory, Melion's work offers a compelling account of a sixteenth- and seventeenth-century theoretical and critical perspective and shows how this perspective suggests a rereading of northern art. Walter S. Melion is assistant professor of art history at The Johns Hopkins University.
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The Shaping of Western Society

READING LXX THE DIFFUSION OF THE WEST Cultures develop in two ways : by invention and by diffusion . Invention means che creation of something entirely new ...

Author: Carnegie Institute of Technology. Social Studies Curriculum Development Center

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ISBN: UOM:39015025961619

Category: Civilization, Occidental

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