In a patent or patent application, the claims define, in technical terms, the extent, i.e. the scope, of the protection conferred by a patent, or the protection sought in a patent application. In other words, the purpose of the claims is to define which subject-matter is protected by the patent (or sought to be protected by the patent application). This is termed the "notice function" of a patent claim--to warn others of what they must not do if they are to avoid infringement liability. The claims are of the utmost importance both during prosecution and litigation alike.
For instance, a claim could read:
"An apparatus for catching mice, said apparatus comprising a base, a spring member coupled to the base, and ..."
"A chemical composition for cleaning windows, said composition substantially consisting of 10–15% ammonia, ..."
"Method for computing future life expectancies, said method comprising gathering data including X, Y, Z, analyzing the data, comparing the analyzed data results..."
The film was released in Georgia as 5 Days of August, and in other countries as 5 Days of War and also City on Fire.
In 2007, during the Iraq War, a Georgian contingent of the coalition forces saves the life of American reporter Thomas Anders (Rupert Friend), although one of his colleagues (Heather Graham) is killed in the process. One year later, in 2008, he returns to Los Angeles, California but soon goes to Georgia on the advice of some of his friends in Tbilisi, who suspect that a large conflict is brewing. He, along with his cameraman Sebastian Ganz (Richard Coyle), delve deeper into Georgian life as conflict escalates and they get caught in the crossfire when an air raid strikes a local wedding they stumble upon. With members of the wedding party (Emmanuelle Chriqui), and the help of a Georgian soldier (Johnathon Schaech) who had earlier saved them in Iraq, their mission becomes getting their footage of an atrocity by Russian irregulars out of the country. But they find themselves faced with international apathy due to the opening of the 2008 Olympic Games. Their flight leads them to the Battle of Gori.
A Single Man is the first of John's albums to not feature long-time collaborators Bernie Taupin (lyricist) and Gus Dudgeon (producer). The only returning members of his band are percussionist Ray Cooper and guitarist Davey Johnstone; the latter only played on one song on the album. Paul Buckmaster would not appear on another Elton John album until Made in England. Unlike previous compositions in which lyrics came first, John began writing melodies at a piano and an album unintentionally became of it. This was John's first in which he started singing in a lower register. "Song for Guy" was written as a tribute to Guy Burchett, a young Rocket messenger who was killed in a motorcycle accident.
The album was recorded in Autumn 1977, and then from January to September 1978, at The Mill, Cookham, Berks.
The photo for the front cover was taken in the Long Walk, which is part of Windsor Great Park in Berkshire. The inside cover shows John in a Jaguar XK140 FHC.
“I am Georgia,” Warnock said ... Georgia’s GOP lawmakers overhauled the state’s election laws in 2021 – and critics argued that the target was Black voter turnout, not election fraud as claimed by Georgia Gov ... Georgia’s national importance ... In addition to race, another factor played a part in the Georgia campaign – Walker’s celebrity status.
"Republican states are rightly taking steps to ensure elections are safe and secure," a Republican strategist who worked on the Georgia midterm election told Politico ... Even Fox News hosts, who have repeatedly echoed Trump's claims about mail-in and early voting, are shifting their stance.
CNN first reported that the House Jan ... 21 ... He reportedly tried to send a letter to Georgia elections officials to tell them of false DOJ concerns about the results of the election in the state. Giuliani allegedly tried to convince various state legislators, including in Georgia, of false claims of voter fraud to try to overturn the election results ... .
The hospital claims that this robotic system for joint replacement works on artificial intelligence and helps surgeons in achieving more precision and accuracy and preserving more natural bone, minimal blood loss, and ensuring a well-balanced joint ...Max Healthcare inks pact with Georgia’s Evex Hospitals to setup Bone Marrow Transplant programme.
“We saw that throughout the Georgia election ... The Georgia state election overhaul adopted last year was drafted by Republicans after former PresidentDonald Trump claimed that widespread election fraud robbed him of a second term ... President Biden claimed that a 2021 Georgia election law was worse that Jim Crow-era racial discrimination.
The White House stood by PresidentJoe Biden's claims that Georgia's voting laws represented 'Jim Crow2.0,' despite record-breaking turnout in the 2022 midterms. 'You all have reported this, that there was suppression, that - that we saw that throughout, throughout the Georgia election,' said press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Wednesday.
While your Dec. 6 editorial claims that voter suppression didn’t occur in recent Georgia elections, the only data offered to support that claim is the number and percent of people who voted early in the current runoff election. The truth ... .
And who knows what will happen in Georgia? A state ... And he was serious! Trump must be really proud of his endorsement of Walker who has claimed to be valedictorian of his high school class (a lie) and a graduate of Georgia (not true), a former FBI agent (yeah, not quite likely).
The senator appeared to be headed for a wider final margin in Tuesday's runoff, with Walker, a football legend at the University of Georgia and in the NFL, unable to overcome a bevy of damaging allegations, including claims that he paid for two former girlfriends’ abortions despite supporting a national ban on the procedure.