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Koji Sato: Golf club iron. Daiwa Golf, Kalish & Gilster, March 31, 1987: US04653756 (113 worldwide citation)

A metal golf club head comprising a face portion, a wing extending from the upper end of said face portion rearwardly thereof. The upper surface of said wing is contoured for coincidence with the radial trajectory of the golf club head during down swinging thereof. A toe portion extends rearwardly f ...


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Dennis L Wagner, Harold D Wells: Tunnel oven. Pet Incorporated, Kalish & Gilster, November 19, 1985: US04554437 (109 worldwide citation)

An infrared tunnel oven includes one or more oven tiers each having a horizontal cooking tunnel with entrance and exit at opposite ends, the tier(s) being supported by a base. Each tunnel is divided along its length into multiple heating zones. The roof and hearth surfaces of each tunnel are heated ...


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Sherwin L Derby: Mobile chair. Kalish & Gilster, November 8, 1983: US04413693 (104 worldwide citation)

A mobile self-propelled chair includes a frame having at its top a pivotally mounted passenger seat and captively mounting for rotation about various possible axes a relatively large sphere, which supports the principal weight of the chair and user. Auxiliary support is provided by casters surroundi ...


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Shinichi Iwama: Ski boot. Daiwa Seiko, Kalish & Gilster, March 14, 1989: US04811503 (97 worldwide citation)

A ski boot having an outer shell which contains a front cuff with opposed side portions, a rear cuff and with inner boot having an instep portion being fitted within the outer shell. First and second elongated continuous flexible members each having forward and rearward end portions are provided for ...


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Talmadge R Searcy: Joggers computational device. Kalish & Gilster, September 2, 1980: US04220996 (95 worldwide citation)

A portable self-contained computational device for use by a striding athlete, such as a jogger, includes a stride length selector permitting the athlete to preselect a normal length of stride and a rate selector permitting the athlete to preselect a desired rate of travel by striding, as in minutes/ ...


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Koji Sato: Grip of a golf club and a manufacturing method thereof. Daiwa Golf, Kalish & Gilster, April 24, 1990: US04919420 (92 worldwide citation)

A grip of a golf club according to the present invention prevents slipping, when the grip is grasped by a hand opposite to a whip hand, by applying an area having a plurality of projections to the area of the grip corresponding to the respective bases of the middle finger, the ring finger and the li ...


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James R Phlipot, Randolph E Scharfenberg: Quick-disconnect fitting for gas line connection. Essex, Kalish & Gilster, September 23, 1986: US04613112 (91 worldwide citation)

A quick-disconnect fitting for quick connection or disconnection of an oxygen line, for receiving a gas line plug of the type having a plug flange to provide gas to an oxygen line terminated by the plug. A metal valve body has a threaded inner end for being threadably received by a source of pressur ...


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Yuichi Aizawa: Golf club head. Daiwa Golf, Kalish & Gilster, January 7, 1992: US05078397 (86 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a golf club head and a method of making the same. The golf club head has a reinforced fiber member integrally formed with metal or resin which forms a metal or resin layer positioned in a front face. In the method for making the golf club head of the present inventio ...


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Charles A Berner: Supplemental electrical power generating system. Kalish & Gilster, April 14, 1981: US04262209 (83 worldwide citation)

Hydrocarbon fuel energy is converted to AC electrical energy by a new system utilized to supplement AC power for household and similar limited size loads in synchronism with existing AC utility service via pre-existing wiring between the load and the utility lines. The system has an externally excit ...


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Fred P Snyder: Apparatus for pressure swing generation of oxygen. Essex Cryogenics of Missouri, Kalish & Gilster, June 9, 1981: US04272265 (76 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for generating oxygen by the pressure swing method includes a plurality of grouped vessels each having a molecular sieve bed, a first port of each vessel providing oxygen-enriched effluent from the bed and a second port permitting alternate pressurization and purging of the bed. A novel ro ...