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Douglas J Ballantyne, Michael Mulhall: Method and apparatus for distribution of movies. Burke Robertson, July 21, 1992: US05133079 (413 worldwide citation)

A new and useful method and apparatus for distribution of movies for viewing on a customer's television set. Digitized compressed signals containing audio and visual components of the movie selected by the customer are sent to the customer's receiver. The digital signals are converted to correspondi ...


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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 (155 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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Cliff Harper: Foldable trailer. Burke Robertson, November 22, 1988: US04786073 (48 worldwide citation)

A foldable trailer having a frame and platform which are laterally divided into a front, rear and central section, the axle of the trailer being secured to the central section. The central section is pivotally connected respectively to the front and rear sections so that the front and rear sections ...


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Lambert Hendricks, Angelo Gil, Robert J LeClair: Device for imprinting surface of fresh concrete. Burke Robertson, May 9, 1989: US04828426 (47 worldwide citation)

A device for manually, repetitively imprinting a surface pattern in fresh concrete, comprising: a plurality of blades secured together to form an imprinting unit, lower edges thereof to form the desired pattern when pressed into the levelled surface of fresh concrete; bar handle means to be secured ...


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Michael Gyenge, Robert E Gray: Chance selection device. Burke Robertson, July 4, 1989: US04844467 (41 worldwide citation)

A hand-manipulatable three-dimensional device for generating and displaying groups of symbol combinations selected in pseudo-random sequence, having relatively movable faces, each of the faces bearing one of the two distinguishing symbols. A stand, on which the unit may be mounted, permits reading o ...


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Robert J Kennedy: Dry land swimming training apparatus. Burke Robertson, May 16, 1989: US04830363 (32 worldwide citation)

A portable, adjustable apparatus for dry land swimming training is disclosed. The apparatus comprises a frame supporting a bench on which the torso of a user can be supported in generally horizontal position, lever means secured to the frame behind the bench to supportably receive the user's legs, t ...


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Greg Ogilvie: Soap-holding bag. Burke Robertson Chadwick & Ritchie, July 16, 1991: US05031759 (29 worldwide citation)

A water pervious bag for holding a bar of soap for washing a person's body, the bag comprising a sleeve of synthetic yarn, the yarn being of circular cross-section and knitted with a wide, loose weave, the bag being closed at one end and open at the other, and having releasable closing means at said ...


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James Barker, Vern Maller: Flare reduction buffer for gas barbecues. Barbecue Innovations Incorporated, Burke Robertson, May 12, 1992: US05111803 (27 worldwide citation)

A flare reduction buffer to be situated between a burner element and a grill in a gas barbecue to provide even heating in the barbecue and reduce flare-up during cooking. The buffer comprises a plate having an upper and lower surface, made of impervious heat resistant material and formed with a plur ...


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Albert Z Morin: Spray controlling fender. Burke Robertson, May 1, 1990: US04921276 (25 worldwide citation)

A fender for a wheel or a set of wheels for one side of an automotive vehicle, for controlling the wet weather spray and splash generated thereby when travelling on a roadway surface. The fender comprises a formed, rigid sheet mounted over and covering the wheels or set of wheels and downwardly curv ...


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David Watson: Decorative form for chain link fences. Burke Robertson, August 30, 1994: US05342021 (24 worldwide citation)

A decorative form for a chain link fence of the type having post-supported interwoven wires producing a matrix of wire lengths extending between wire cross-over centers. The form is to be used with other similar forms to produce a decorative pattern over an area of the chain link fence. The form com ...



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