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  • Some brought a new invention an India Rubber combination mattress and water carrier.
  • In 1884 Montgomery received a patent for a process to vulcanize and de-vulcanize India rubber.
  • His father was Charles Blundstone, an India rubber merchant who was born in Manchester, England.
  • The shuttlecocks were coated with India rubber and, in outdoor play, sometimes weighted with lead.
  • India rubber and elastic began to vie with whalebone to produce the desired compression and support.
  • Peter Martyr d'Anghiera was an Native Americans and contains, for example, the first European reference to India rubber.
  • The India Rubber Company operated the factory from 1897 1906; it was succeeded by the International Rubber Company.
  • North also had investments in the Anglo-Belgian India Rubber Company which operated a concession in the Congo Free State.
  • Rubber yielded huge profits for the state and for companies like the Anglo-Belgian India Rubber Company ( ABIR ).
  • In 1836, Edwin M . Chaffee, of the Roxbury India Rubber Company, patented a four-roll calender to make rubber sheet.
  • The Anglo-Belgian India Rubber Company ( ABIR ), among others, used force and brutality to extract profit from the territory.
  • There are Lindy Hoppers who, a period commentator marvels, dance like " loose-jointed girls and boys made of India rubber !"
  • At once it was noticed abroad that he had treated India rubber to lose its stickiness, and he received international acclamation.
  • It was manufactured by Hooper & Co ., of Millwall and the wire was coated with india rubber, then a new insulator.
  • Performers include Alfredo the Fire-Eater, Buffalo the Whip Cracker and his assistant Skippy, Mr India Rubber, and Mr . Slither, the snake man.
  • At Purdue, Wooden became known as the " India Rubber Man, " so quickly did he pop back up after getting knocked down.
  • Elaterite is a brown hydrocarbon varying somewhat in consistency, being sometimes soft, elastic and sticky, like India rubber, and occasionally hard and brittle.
  • It said the patented article consists " of a piece of India rubber, with a hole in it . " The court stated:
  • The gains from the exploitation of rubber through the state and other companies like the Anglo-Belgian India Rubber Company ( ABIR ) were huge.
  • By the early 1900s, the equipment had vastly improved : Balls were made of India rubber and rackets were made of wood covered with felt.
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