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The term was also used in a derogatory fashion to describe someone who overzealously promotes an invention. 
See also 
- Willard Phillips, The Law of Patents for Inventions: including the remedies and legal proceedings in relation to Patent Rights”, pp65 et seq. American Stationers’ Company, Boston, 1837
- Frank D. Prager, “Proposals for the Patent Act of 1790", Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society, March 1954, vol XXXVI, No. 3, pp 157 et Seq.
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