.~.~> Having characteristic enabling ball to be mechanically separated from other balls
(under subclass 1) Subject matter relating to the structural details of a generally spherical member (i.e., a ball) which is specifically adapted for use in playing a game of billiards or pool.
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125+, for a ball adapted for use in the game of bowling.
280+, for a practice projectile used to practice for the game of golf.
351+, for a ball used in the game of golf.
413, for a ball used in the game of croquet.
422+, for a projectile used to practice or train for a playing field or court game such as soccer, hockey, etc. 569+, for a game projectile, in general (often a ball), which is used to play a game or sport.
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40, Card, Picture, or Sign Exhibiting,
327, for a game ball carrying indicia other than means (a) to indicate the portion of the ball to be hit by a projecting device, (b) to indicate its location on a playing field, or (c) for a series of balls carrying interrelated indicia to be used in playing a game.
156, Adhesive Bonding and Miscellaneous Chemical Manufacture, for making a ball by lamination and see especially
145+, for a method which includes the step of encapsulation of a permanently fluent material in hollow lamina.
206, Special Receptacle or Package,
315.9+, for a receptacle or package for a sporting or game ball.
260, Chemistry of Carbon Compounds, for a carbon compound composition product intended for use as a game ball, bat, pin, or billy or as any part thereof (e.g., a bowling pin coating, etc.).
264, Plastic and Nonmetallic Article Shaping or Treating: Processes, for a process within the class definition for shaping or molding plastic materials.