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U.S. National Library of Medicine

  1. Patents

    Works consisting of documents granted by a government giving exclusive rights to an inventor or assignee to manufacture, use, or sell an invention for a certain number of years.

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  1. ten past, ten-past

  2. pattens

  3. Ten past

  4. Ten-past

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of patents in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of patents in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of patents in a Sentence

  1. Hendrith Vanlon Smith Jr:

    Being a polymath makes me a better investor and a better CEO. Because I have multiple interests and multiple skill sets that span across various industries and topic areas, I’m often able to approach investments from a place knowing, from a place of experience and with a sense of authority. Whether it’s IP, Patents, Transportation, Music, Education or Wellness…. I’ve got some background in it so I’m able lead Mayflower-Plymouth with investing in any or all of these effectively.

  2. Samsung Bioepis:

    We believe that AbbVie has been attempting to obstruct market entry of competing products by applying for a large number of overlapping patents around Humira, which could affect patient access to affordable medication, we believe competition should take place in the market, and not through such misuse of the patent system.

  3. Kyle Bass:

    The companies that are expanding patents by simply changing the dosage or the way they are packaging something are going to get knee capped.

  4. Chief Executive John Chen:

    We have today about 44,000 patents. The good thing about this is that we also have one of the youngest patent portfolios in the entire industry, so monetization of our patents is an important aspect of our turnaround.

  5. App Association:

    Allowing Qualcomm to continue abusing its (patents) and its wireless chipset monopoly any longer will irreparably harm opportunities for small businesses in the app and internet of things marketplace and would encourage further abusive behavior in (patent) licensing widely.

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