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|Pat Barrett's Facet5 Report||12/09/04||5.7MB||Mr. Barrett's Facet5 Personality Assessment|
|Thinking Inside The Box||08/09/27||227Kb||OctoberBest2008 Presentation|
|Brochure.pdf||16/09/12||60Kb||Our Company literature|
|BusinessCard.gif||00/03/02||185Kb||graphic||Principal Engineer's business card|
|Patrick H Barrett Resume.pdf||14/05/27||30Kb||Our Principal Engineer's CV|
Prepared for submission to the IEEE,
with Senior Membership application
|6025777_p1.pdf||00/03/23||78Kb||Page 1 of U. S. Patent #6,025,777|
|8725301B2_p1.pdf||14/05/13||396Kb||Page 1 of U. S. Patent #8,725,301 B2|
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