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1 FISHING TOOL FOR BOTTOM-DWELLING MARINE ORGANISMS, FOR FISHING ICELAND SCALLOPS, OTHER SCALLOPS AND POTENTIALLY OTHER BOTTOM SPECIES SUCH AS SEA CUCUMBERS, SEA URCHINS, OTHER TYPES OF SHELLFISH AND SPECIES OF CRAB / TAU TECH AS
A harvesting harvesting unit (0) with one or more pumps comprising one or more suction nozzles directed towards the seabed, one or more inlets that lead from the suction nozzle to the pump, an outlet to a sorting device, one or more motors for driving the one or more pumps, where the sorting device, which at least separates shellfish from bycatch and foreign bodies, has an outlet for shellfish leading to a collecting unit, a structural main frame that carries at least the harvesting unit, and a towing and launching system for deployment and propulsion of the harvesting unit.
2 OPTICAL MICROSCOPE APPARATUS / TBC OPTICS, LLC
An embodiment of the present invention provide for an optical microscope apparatus including a light source, a base unit, a rotary monochromatic dispersion unit, a condenser, a stage, an objective, a tubular assembly and an ocular assembly. In a preferred embodiment, light travels from the light source sequentially through each of these seven components, producing an image of the contents of a slide on the stage to a user looking through the ocular assembly. In the base unit, in place of a standard mirror which would direct the light vertically up into the scope along the z-axis, a right angle piece of single crystal Calcite, known as Iceland Spar is used, which has a birefringent affect upon the light as it passes up through the scope.
3 Optical microscope apparatus / TBC Optics, LLC
An embodiment of the present invention provide for an optical microscope apparatus including a light source, a base unit, a rotary monochromatic dispersion unit, a condenser, a stage, an objective, a tubular assembly and an ocular assembly. In a preferred embodiment, light travels from the light source sequentially through each of these seven components, producing an image of the contents of a slide on the stage to a user looking through the ocular assembly. In the base unit, in place of a standard mirror which would direct the light vertically up into the scope along the z-axis, a right angle piece of single crystal Calcite, known as Iceland Spar is used, which has a birefringent affect upon the light as it passes up through the scope.
4 OPTICAL MICROSCOPE APPARATUS / TBC OPTICS, LLC
An embodiment of the present invention provide for an optical microscope apparatus including a light source, a base unit, a rotary monochromatic dispersion unit, a condenser, a stage, an objective, a tubular assembly and an ocular assembly. In a preferred embodiment, light travels from the light source sequentially through each of these seven components, producing an image of the contents of a slide on the stage to a user looking through the ocular assembly. In the base unit, in place of a standard mirror which would direct the light vertically up into the scope along the z-axis, a right angle piece of single crystal Calcite, known as Iceland Spar is used, which has a birefringent affect upon the light as it passes up through the scope.
5 Optical microscope apparatus / TBC Optics, LLC
An embodiment of the present invention provide for an optical microscope apparatus including a light source, a base unit, a rotary monochromatic dispersion unit, a condenser, a stage, an objective, a tubular assembly and an ocular assembly. In a preferred embodiment, light travels from the light source sequentially through each of these seven components, producing an image of the contents of a slide on the stage to a user looking through the ocular assembly. In the base unit, in place of a standard mirror which would direct the light vertically up into the scope along the z-axis, a right angle piece of single crystal Calcite, known as Iceland Spar is used, which has a birefringent affect upon the light as it passes up through the scope.
6 METHOD FOR PRODUCING VINEGARED MACKEREL / KIYOKUYOU:KK
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide vinegared mackerel having no peeling wound in its dermis, provided with the dermis having striped patterns and colors peculiar to mackerel and having good taste and palate feeling, even when using the mackerel which is caught in Norwegian waters, Icelandic waters or the like and the epidermis of which is difficult to be peeled off from the dermis.SOLUTION: The method for producing vinegared mackerel 1(A) comprises peeling the epidermis 2 of the mackerel which is caught in the North Atlantic ocean or the like and the epidermis of which is difficult to be peeled off, from the dermis 3, and treating the mackerel with a treating solution containing lipase before the mackerel is vinegared.
7 DERMATIC AGENT FOR EXTERNAL USE / SANSHO SEIYAKU CO LTD
(PURPOSE) To obtain a dermatic agent for external use having synergistically improved anti-inflammatory action of kojic acid or its derivative and effective to promote the development of the skin-whitening effect by using kojic acid and/or kojic acid derivative in combination with extract of a specific plant. (CONSTITUTION) This dermatic agent for external use contains (A) kojic acid and/or its derivative and (B) one or more kinds of extracts of plants selected from Iceland moss, iris, oak bark, fumitory, gardenia, candock, eyebright, Japanese linden, field horsetail, mistletoe, common mallow, herb bennet, dried orange peel, daisy, elm, grape, soapberry, melilot, cornflower and creeping saxifrage.
8 CALCIUM-SUPPLYING BEVERAGE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME / KOJO:KK
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a calcium-supplying beverage with which calcium is supplied without causing calcium paradox.SOLUTION: The method for producing a calcium-supplying beverage comprises a process of preparing a calcium-containing beverage, a process of preparing a somatid collected from Iceland scallop fossil, and a process of mixing the calcium-containing beverage with the somatid collected from the Iceland scallop fossil.
9 A spelling assistance method for compound words / International Business Machines Corporation
This invention describes a method for automatically providing correctly spelled compound words as candidates to replace a misspelled compound word in many natural languages such as Dutch, Danish, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish, Swiss German, etc. The basic technique consists of looking up words in a dictionary by the association of component flags with each possible constituent word within the misspelled compound word as well as with the possible replacement candidates for each letter string between these possible constituent words, and by the application of powerful tree-scanning techniques that isolate the possible components of a compound word and determine their correctness in isolation and association of each other.
10 Method for verifying spelling of compound words / International Business Machines Corporation
This invention describes a method for automatically verifying spelling of compound words in many natural languages such as German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, Icelandic, Afrikaans, Swiss German, etc. The basic technology of looking up words in a dictionary is supplemented by the association of component flags with each word and by the application of powerful tree-scanning techniques that isolate the components of compound words and determine their correctness in isolation and in association with each other. The technique can be used in word processing systems to support spelling verification, to hyphenate text, and to unhyphenate text.

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1 Iceland: powered by the planet
, 2015 ; Vol. 10 , Issue 5
2 Iceland: health system review.
, 2014 ; Vol. 16 , Issue 6
3 Iceland's best kept secret
, 2014 ; Vol. 30 , Issue 2
4 Iceland and mid-oceanic ridges
, 1971 ; Vol. 1 , Issue 3
5 Iceland-genetic counseling services.
Springer , 2013 ; Vol. 22 , Issue 6
6 Iceland spar and its legacy in science
Copernicus GmbH , 2012 ; Vol. 3 , Issue 1
7 Iceland shunned over whale hunting
Elsevier , 2006 ; Vol. 16 , Issue 23
8 Iceland — a future hydrogen economy
Elsevier , 2000 ; Vol. 25 , Issue 5
9 Iceland and the North Atlantic: A review
Elsevier , 1979 ; Vol. 3 , Issue 3
10 Iceland's 50-mile fisheries zone
Elsevier , 1974 ; Vol. 2 , Issue 2

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