Enthroning: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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Icon Group International, Incorporated, Nov 26, 2008 - 27 pages
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Nonfiction Usage Patent UsageAbsorbent composite containing polymaleic acid crosslinked cellulosic fibers: Patented by John A. Westland, Richard A. Jewell and Amar N. Neogi on November 7, 1999. Abstract: Cellulosic fibers intrafiber crosslinked with a polymeric polycarboxylic acid crosslinking agent are disclosed. In one embodiment, the polymeric polycarboxylic acid is polyacrylic acid and, in another embodiment, the polycarboxylic acid is polymaleic acid. Methods for forming cellulosic fibers having stable intrafiber crosslinks and for forming crosslinked cellulosic fibers having low knot level are also disclosed.Alumina filled gelatin: Patented by Jeffrey F. Taylor and Mridula Nair on August 3, 2001. Abstract: A gelatin based photographic coating contains at least gelatin and colloidal alumina particles less than 0.2 .mu.m. Additionally, the coating may contain any photographic addenda that may be important to the performance of a photographic product, as well as a chemical hardening agent that forms crosslinks in the coating. The alumina filled gelatin coating, when swollen with water or a photo processing solution yields an increase in wet durability in the form of an increased wet scratch resistance.Bicompatible polyisoprene-polyurethane interpenetrating polymer network compositions and medical devices made therefrom: Patented by Leslie H. Sperling, Clarence J. Murphy and Vinay Mishra on June 8, 1997. Abstract: Interpenetrating polymer networks (IPN's), composed of polyisoprene (PI) and polyurethane (PU), together with a process for their preparation and their use in the manufacture of medical devices, such as catheters and catheter balloons, are disclosed. Both components are elastomers. The PI component is chemically crosslinked. The PU component is crystallizable and contains only physical crosslinks. The IPN's have glass transition temperatures in the range of from -65.degree.C. to -40.degree.C.Bioadhesive Hydrogels with Functionalized Degradable Crosslinks: Patented by Nancy S. Marchant on April 27, 2000. Abstract: This invention relates to A bioadhesive composition comprising two or more essentially excretable, essentially non-degradable polymer backbones, wherein the polymer backbones are crosslinked, said crosslink being degradable in a mammal, said cross-linked bioadhesive composition having an average bioadhesion factor showing bioadhesion equivalent to at least about 100 g s. The concept is to build a hydrogel that demonstrates bioadhesion to a mucosal surface that is crosslinked by a degradable linkage such as disulfide for use inside the body.Biocompatible polyisoprene-polyurethane interpenetrating polymer network compositions and medical devices made therefrom: Patented by Leslie H. Sperling, Clarence J. Murphy and Vinay Mishra on July 4, 1997. Abstract: Interpenetrating polymer networks (IPN's), composed of polyisoprene (PI) and polyurethane (PU), together with a process for their preparation and their use in the manufacture of medical devices, such as catheters and catheter balloons, are disclosed. Both components are elastomers. The PI component is chemically crosslinked. The PU component is crystallizable and contains only physical crosslinks. The IPN's have glass transition temperatures in the range of from -65.degree. C. to -40.degree. C.Bleb Reducer: Patented by Michael D. Laufer on July 2, 1998. Abstract: A device (10) and method for treating hollow, elastic body structures such as blebs in lungs, are provided. The device (10) includes an elongated member (10) having a heating element that comprises one or more energy delivery members (12, 14, 16, 18). The method includes heating said body structure to cause at least a portion of the crosslinks of the collagen in the wall to unlink/open and subsequently form new crosslinks after the diameter of said body structure has been significantly reduced and collagen fibers have realigned.Chemically Crosslinked Material: Patented by Yasuharu Noishiki, Teru

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