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First Published Jun 12 2012 12:57 pm • Last Updated Jun 12 2012 06:20 pm

Fishing pole holder, patent No. D661,777, invented by Danny R. Broderick of West Bountiful.

Multiframe groove-mount wall system, patent No. 8,196,326, invented by Robert M. Frey of Salt Lake City, assigned to Moss, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

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Bow utilizing arcuate compression members to store energy, patent No. 8,196,570, invented by Ronald J. Christensen of Gunnison, and Jason Christensen of Gunnison, assigned to TDJ Incorporated of Fayette.

Apparatus, system, and method for launching a granular substance, patent No. 8,196,571, invented by Martin W. Jenson of Smithfield.

Backpack for air extraction from snow, patent No. 8,196,582, invented by Scott A. Ogilvie of Farmington.

Saddle tee, patent No. 8,196,599, invented by Scot Hoskisson of Layton, Tres Wangsgaard of Holladay, and Alan T. Ence of Syracuse, assigned to Orbit Irrigation Products, Inc. of North Salt Lake.

Acoustic- and heat-control device, patent No. 8,196,701, invented by Russell Oliver of Sandy, assigned to OS Inc. of Cheyenne, Wyo.

Self-clearing rasp system for automatic milling apparatus, patent No. 8,196,850, invented by Houshang Rasekhi of Sandy.

Storable intravenous stands, patent No. 8,196,874, invented by Darryl Zitting of Salt Lake City, Jeffrey Valjean Anderson of Salt Lake City, and Carl Ross Wecker of Salt Lake City, assigned to Maxtec, LLC of Salt Lake City.

Bicycle pedal with integrated cable lock, patent No. 8,196,945, invented by Ryan G. Hensley of Sandy State, assigned to Pedal Lock Partnership of Sugar Land, Texas.

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Integrated airbag closing and inflator mounting members for inflatable airbag assemblies, patent No. 8,196,952, invented by Bryan Walston of Perry, and Kurt L. Gammill of Layton, assigned to Autoliv ASP, Inc. of Ogden.

Stamped housing linear pretensioner, patent No. 8,196,961, invented by Wendell C. Lane, Jr. of Romeo, Mich., David J. Dziuda of Rochester Hills, Mich., and Randy G. Handrinos of Troy, Mich., assigned to Autoliv ASP, Inc. of Ogden.

Diaphragm pump and related methods, patent No. 8,197,231, invented by Troy J. Orr of Draper, assigned to Purity Solutions LLC of Draper.

Adaptable bi-directional range-of-motion exercise apparatus providing repose configuration, patent No. 8,197,393, invented by Larry Shane Harmon of Park City, assigned to Isopulse, Inc. of Sausalito, Calif.

Vascular access device non-adhering surfaces, patent No. 8,197,452, invented by Weston F. Harding of Lehi, Austin Jason McKinnon of Herriman, Mark A. Crawford of Sandy, Lantao Guo of Draper, Glade H. Howell of Sandy, and David Ou-Yang of Woodbury, assigned to Becton, Dickinson and Company of Franklin Lakes, N.J.

Bioabsorbable coatings of surgical devices, patent No. 8,197,480, invented by Mark B. Roller of New Brunswick, N.J., Joseph Contiliano of Stewartsville, N.J., Kevin L. Cooper of Flemington, N.J., Jo Hays of Logan, and Jenny J. Yuan of Neshanic Station, N.J., assigned to DePuy Mitek, Inc. of Raynham, Mass.

Suture anchor having a suture engaging structure and inserter arrangement, patent No. 8,197,511, invented by M. Todd Miller of San Jose, Calif., Chad Wayne Lewis of Layton, and David Eloy Quinones Morales of Arroyo, Puerto Rico.

Remotely controlled decoking tool used in coke cutting operations, patent No. 8,197,644, invented by Ruben F. Lah of West Jordan, assigned to Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Corporation of Falls Church, Va.

Hydrogel constructs using stereolithography, patent No. 8,197,743, invented by Ryan Wicker of El Paso, Texas, Francisco Medina of El Paso, Texas, Karina Arcaute of El Paso, Texas, Luis Ochoa of El Paso, Texas, Christopher Elkins of Red City, Calif., and Brenda Mann of Salt Lake City, assigned to Keck Graduate Institute of Claremond, Calif.

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