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Danny D Lowe, Gordon G Wilson, Michael E Baker, Abram Gamer: Player interactive live action football game. Gordon Wilson, Danny D Lowe, Burke Robertson, October 31, 1995: US05462275 (139 worldwide citation)

A player interactive live action football game which may be played for example on a television screen. A player interactive live action football game is provided which comprises a random access storage and retrieval device and a plurality of individual, pre-recorded action football plays illustratin ...


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Danny D Lowe, Gordon G Wilson, Michael E Baker, Abram Gamer: Player interactive live action athletic contest. Gordon Wilson, Danny D Lowe, Michael E Baker, Abram Gamer, W Charles Kent, William R Edgar, R Lewis Gable, December 9, 1997: US05695401 (29 worldwide citation)

A player interactive live action football game which may be played for example on a television screen. A player interactive live action football game is provided which comprises a random access storage and retrieval device and a plurality of individual, pre-recorded action football plays illustratin ...


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Improvements in or relating to stereoscopic viewing apparatus. Randolph Gordon Wilson, William David Silver, June 30, 1954: GB711367-A (6 worldwide citation)

711,367. Optical apparatus. WILSON, R..G., and SILVER, W. D. July 9, 1952 [July 30, 1951], No. 17972/51. Class 97(1) Pictures of a stereoscope pair are viewed in. superposition, directly or after projection, using a light combining system consisting of two right angled prisms with their hypotenuse f ...


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Oades Gordon Wilson: Tiltable umbrellas. Oades Gordon Wilson, October 27, 1993: GB2266234-A (4 worldwide citation)

A tilt mechanism (10) for an umbrella shaft comprises a forked part (13, 29) and a tongued part (14, 27) each with a spigot (15, 16) for securing in respective pole portions, a through pivot pin (17) and a locking sleeve (18) slidable between a locking position embracing both the fork and tongue, an ...


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Improvements in or relating to variable speed gearing. Andrew Gordon Wilson, February 5, 1934: GB405664-A (4 worldwide citation)

405,664. Controlling change - speed gearing. WILSON, A. G., 23, Queen Anne's Gate, London. May 5, 1932, No. 13034. [Class 80 (ii).] Relates to means for braking reaction drums in change-speed epicyclic gearing especially of the Wilson type such as described in Specifications 164,042, 312,128, and 32 ...


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Improvements in and relating to band brakes. Self Changing Gear Company, Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, February 23, 1949: GB618500-A (3 worldwide citation)

618,500. Band brakes. SELF-CHANGING GEAR CO., Ltd., WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. Sept. 28, 1945, No. 25261. [Class 103 (i)] Band brakes of the type comprising at least three brake bands disposed side by side and in which the application force is applied to one end of one of the bands, the reacti ...


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Improvements in and relating to the driving of dynamos. Self Changing Gear Company, Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, June 19, 1944: GB562095-A (3 worldwide citation)

562,095. Driving dynamos. SELFCHANGING GEAR CO., Ltd., WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. Sept. 14, 1942, No. 12934. [Class 35] [Also in Groups XXIV and XXXVII] A dynamo is driven by a prime mover of varying speed, such as an internal-combustion engine, through a variable speed-gear, and means are pro ...


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Improvements in hoes. Macilwaine Gordon Wilson, October 29, 1952: GB681758-A (2 worldwide citation)

The front edge of a hoe is provided with blunt teeth


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Improvements in and relating to epicyclic reversing-gear. Andrew Gordon Wilson, February 2, 1939: GB500054-A (2 worldwide citation)

500,054. Epicyclic reversing-gearing. WILSON, A. G. Aug. 9. 1937, No. 21859. [Class 80 (ii)] A driving shaft a, having fast thereon a sunwheel b of a first train and an annulus x of a second, imparts a reduced reverse drive to an annulus u, fast to a driven shaft k, utilizing only the first train, w ...


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Improvements in or relating to variable-speed epicyclic gearing. Andrew Gordon Wilson, August 3, 1937: GB469881-A (2 worldwide citation)

469,881. Variable - speed epicyclic gearing. WILSON, A. G. Jan. 1, 1936, No. 74. [Class 80 (ii)] A variable-speed epicyclic gear comprises a primary train A and a secondary train B. The planets j of the primary train and the annulus m of the secondary train are carried by the main shaft a whilst the ...



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