Ex parte LINK et al. - Page 6




          Appeal No. 1996-4079                                                        
          Application No. 08/239,916                                                  


          Board in appeal and not discussed by examiner is not                        
          appropriate for decision by Board on petition for                           
          reconsideration).  Note also In re Kroekel, 803 F.2d 705, 708,              
          231 USPQ 640, 642 (Fed. Cir. 1986) and Cooper v. Goldfarb, 154              
          F.3d 1321, 1331, 47 USPQ2d 1896, 1904 (Fed. Cir. 1998) wherein              
          the Court noted that a party cannot wait until after the Board              
          has rendered an adverse decision and then present new                       
          arguments in a request for reconsideration.                                 
               The appellant's request is granted to the extent of                    
          reconsidering our decision, but is denied with respect to                   
          making any changes therein.                                                 












               No time period for taking any subsequent action in                     
          connection with this appeal may be extended under 37 CFR                    
           1.136(a).                                                                 
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