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Number: 4/461
Name: Baths, closets, sinks, and spittoons > Dry closets > Plural
Description: Subject matter having more than one means for receiving bowel material or a single means with more than one opening to receive bowel material.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6910230 Submergible public sanitary device Jun. 28, 2005
5058218 Waterless toilet Oct. 22, 1991
4754508 Invalid bed Jul. 5, 1988
4571758 Apparatus for vertically lifting and radially moving a person over a supporting surface Feb. 25, 1986
4490863 Portable hand-held urine disposal system for residential structures Jan. 1, 1985

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