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March 05, 2010


Steve Sereboff

1. Dictionaries are tools of last resort in claim construction.
2. PubPat's dictionary is a pdf. A wiki would be better.
3. There is no legal basis to expect that a definition of a word in one patent should be used in a legally unrelated patent, even if the technologies are similar.

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