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Shane Mansfield: Sliding pull-out shelf. Goldstein & Associates, February 24, 1998: US05720230 (72 worldwide citation)

A sliding pull-out shelf comprising a shelf board, a shelf bracket with at least one shelf bracket tang, a pair of vertical supports spaced a predetermined distance apart, a pair of telescopic slider mechanisms, a magnet, and a magnetic anchor. Each telescopic slider mechanism attaches each shelf bo ...


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Stephen G Gola: Trash receptacle with bag holder. Goldstein & Associates, May 13, 1997: US05628424 (70 worldwide citation)

A trash receptacle having base, body and lid portions that are separable from one another. Both the base and body portions have a horizontally oriented bottom panel and a front, a rear and two opposing vertically oriented side walls that extend upwardly from the bottom panel and are attached to one ...


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Antonio Carlos Tambasco Olandesi: Mass transit monitoring and control system. Goldstein & Associates, April 14, 1998: US05739774 (68 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed to monitor and coordinate the movement of a plurality of mass transit passenger vehicles servicing a network of pathways. The system will disseminate information such as the on-time status and the expected arrival times of a plurality of the vehicles assigned to and traversing ...


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Michael C Lozito: Self contained disposable coffee brewing device. Goldstein & Associates, June 13, 1995: US05424083 (65 worldwide citation)

The invention is a self contained disposable coffee brewing cone comprising a pouch having an inside, a top, a bottom, an open circular top, and a permeable circular bottom. A pre-measured volume of coffee is located inside the pouch at the bottom, and is sandwiched between a permeable filter net an ...


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George Coggins: Physiological parameter monitoring and bio-feedback apparatus. Goldstein & Associates, August 11, 1998: US05792047 (35 worldwide citation)

A bio-feedback system to support the collection of a plurality of physiological parameter values of a subject being monitored. The physiological parameter values collected are processed to determine and present to the subject a continuously updated succession of presentation states, possibly multime ...


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Gary Hedrick: Lost object locating system. Goldstein & Associates, October 21, 1997: US05680105 (35 worldwide citation)

An object locating system, for locating lost objects, comprising at least two response units, and at least two activation units. Each response unit corresponding to one of the objects. Each response unit having an RF receiver for receiving an encoded RF signal, a beeper, and a code program for enabl ...


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Ralph Gonzalez Jr, Alessandra Pili Gonzalez: Sun shade attachment. Goldstein & Associates, August 25, 1998: US05797650 (31 worldwide citation)

A sun shade for attaching to a chair and providing shade to an individual seated in the chair. The sun shade comprises a rigid horizontal cross member having telescoping vertical arm assemblies slideably and pivotally secured to each end. The telescoping vertical arm assemblies have splint assemblie ...


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Michael A Howard: Adjustable length garment. Goldstein & Associates, July 30, 1996: US05539932 (25 worldwide citation)

An adjustable length garment, for adjusting the length of a pant leg having an interior surface and a bottom edge, comprising an adjustment tab mounted to the interior surface near the bottom edge, and an adjustment array located above the adjustment tab on the interior surface. The adjustment array ...


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Marc V Sica: Guitar pick guard. Goldstein & Associates, May 21, 1996: US05517891 (21 worldwide citation)

The invention is a guitar pick guard, for mounting on a guitar having a guitar body, a neck, and a bridge. The guitar pick guard is mounted to the guitar body between the neck and the bridge. The guitar pick guard has a top layer, a bottom layer and a middle layer. The top layer is made of fabric. T ...


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Michael A Howard: Adjustable length garment. Goldstein & Associates, July 16, 1996: US05535453 (19 worldwide citation)

An adjustable length garment, for adjusting the length of a pant leg having an interior surface and a bottom edge, comprising an adjustment mechanism mounted to the interior surface near the bottom edge. The adjustment mechanism comprises an upper adjustment array and a lower adjustment array near t ...