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That's what I thought initially when I encountered the word, but there were judges ruled in patent cases where "comprise" means the items making up the entire parent item, no more no less.



Do you remember the specific cases? I'd be interested in knowing the details of these rulings. If you look at the Garrod Glossaries you'll find several examples of the "open-ended" claim construction for comprising.




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