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Jim Lacey Kelsey: Adjustable foundation piering system. H Kenneth Johnston II, June 13, 2000: US06074133 (99 worldwide citation)

An adjustable foundation piering system in which piers are used to support a building foundation in highly expansive soil. The adjustable pier is partially incapulated in the foundation of the building when said foundation is poured. Upon settling of the foundation, the adjustable pier can be raised ...


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Gary E Mueller: Optical filtering element including fluorescent material. Donald W Margolis, H Kenneth Johnston II, March 23, 1982: US04320939 (61 worldwide citation)

Optical filtering elements having two opposed surfaces and including at least one thin layer of stable non-reflective fluorescent material provide transparent articles which, when exposed to incident electromagnetic radiation at one surface of the fluorescent layer, absorb certain wavelengths within ...


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James F Poulos: Dispensing lid or cap. H Kenneth Johnston II, June 23, 1992: US05123574 (51 worldwide citation)

A dispenser having a base with a multiple of different sized perforated configurations which may be punched out and a groove for receiving a retaining tongue and a dispensing disk having an opening large enough to accommodate the largest perforation punch out. There is a cap having a slot for receiv ...


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Samuel G White Jr: Article of footwear with improved tension distribution closure system. H Kenneth Johnston II, November 1, 1988: US04780969 (49 worldwide citation)

A shoe with an improved tension distribution closure system is disclosed. The system is accomplished by increased spacing of eyelets, and decreasing the adjacent row spacing in the lower portion of the shoelace and decreasing the spacing of eyelets and increasing adjacent row spacing in the upper po ...


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Richard G Walsh Jr: Thigh weights. Donald W Margolis, H Kenneth Johnston II, December 1, 1981: US04303239 (39 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a totally adjustable thigh muscle exercise device. The device is totally independent of any other exercise device or structure, is constructed to provide exercise to both the flexor and extensor thigh muscles, and is adjustable as to size, weight and weight location on ...


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Bob E Warren: Vehicle warning system. H Kenneth Johnston II, May 6, 1986: US04587522 (34 worldwide citation)

This system provides a warning or alert to persons in vehicles of the presence of emergency vehicles which are emitting audio warning signals. The system converts audio signals to discrete signals, which are also frequency indicative, and then determines whether the discrete frequency indicative sig ...


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Raymon F Thompson: Centrifugal wafer processor. H Kenneth Johnston II, Donald W Margolis, November 17, 1981: US04300581 (33 worldwide citation)

An automatic production apparatus for processing semiconductor wafers which include a rotor rotatable about a substantially horizontal axis where the rotor includes a removable carrier capable of holding a plurality of semiconductor wafers or glass photomask plates and a plastic-coated bar for retai ...


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Gary E Mueller, Timothy D Ziebarth: Optical filtering element. Donald W Margolis, H Kenneth Johnston II, March 23, 1982: US04320940 (28 worldwide citation)

Optical filtering elements having two opposed surfaces and including at least one thin layer of stable non-reflective fluorescent material provide transparent articles which, when exposed to incident electromagnetic radiation at one surface of the fluorescent layer, absorb certain wavelengths within ...


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William W Long: Isolation clamp for transmission tube. H Kenneth Johnston II, Thomas C Naber, January 25, 1977: US04004766 (27 worldwide citation)

A vibration absorbing transmission tube isolation clamp which effectuates reduction of transmittance upon structures in communication with a tube being held by the clamp of side to side forces generated by thermal expansion of the tube as the tube transmits liquid under pressure. The clamp comprises ...


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Elvin R Addison: Element locator for concrete. Donald W Margolis, H Kenneth Johnston II, April 14, 1981: US04261544 (27 worldwide citation)

This is a universal, re-usable system to accurately locate and temporarily hold an element to-be-embedded in concrete in a form. The system includes at least two rails and at least one element locating plate. The plate is capable of being attached in combination with and supported by the rails at an ...