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Terry Ruel C, Stoddard Xerxes T: Method of extracting immobile hydrocarbons. Ruel C Terry, Xerxes T Stoddard, Polumbus Gary M, May 6, 1975: US3881551 (201 worldwide citation)

A method of extracting immobile hydrocarbons includes the steps of sinking spaced wells into the hydrocarbon formation, fracturing the formation near the bottom of the wells to establish subsurface communication between the wells, passing a heated fluid through the wells and the hydrocarbon formatio ...


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Jelic Ralph G, Colson Wendell B, Swiszcz Paul G, Jelic Kim, Fogarty Daniel M, Throne Jason T: Retractable shade for coverings for architectural openings. Hunter Douglas, Jelic Ralph G, Colson Wendell B, Swiszcz Paul G, Jelic Kim, Fogarty Daniel M, Throne Jason T, POLUMBUS Gary M, July 14, 2005: WO/2005/062875 (24 worldwide citation)

A retractable cellular shade is illustrated in various embodiments to consist of a support structure that could assume numerous forms including cellular material, flexible sheets of material, tapes or ribbons, or flexible monofilaments or similar cords of natural or synthetic fibers with the support ...


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Swiszcz Paul G: Flexible glass fiber weave. Hunter Douglas, Swiszcz Paul G, POLUMBUS Gary M, September 9, 2005: WO/2005/081948 (17 worldwide citation)

A flexible glass fiber woven product characterized by, among other features, stability in three dimensions (namely horizontal, lateral, and vertical, as well as combinations thereof), resistance to tearing or cutting, flat surface, and a relative thinness when compared to other fiber weaves. The fib ...


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Upton Jr Albert E: Bracket for mounting awnings and the like. Scott and Fetzer Company, Burton Crandell & Polumbus, Polumbus Gary M, February 18, 1975: US3866874 (14 worldwide citation)

This invention is an awning structure having an awning sheet securable on one edge to a surface, an awning sheet roller, a support arm for the roller, a first bracket securable to the surface and attached to the lower end of the supporting arm in pivotal relation therewith, a brace pivotally attache ...


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Magnie Robert L: Carrier device for hanger supported garments. Polumbus Gary M, May 27, 1975: US3885723 (11 worldwide citation)

A carrier device adapted to facilitate transportation of garments supported on conventional clothes hangers includes a connecting element adapted to releasably receive the hook portion of a hanger, a skirt depending from the connecting element so as to hang over a portion of the lower body of the ha ...


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Harper Marjorie G, Steele Todd R, Pedri Paul A, Wisecup Stephen T: Retractable shade with collapsible vanes. Hunter Douglas, Harper Marjorie G, Steele Todd R, Pedri Paul A, Wisecup Stephen T, POLUMBUS Gary M, September 21, 2006: WO/2006/098853 (9 worldwide citation)

A retractable covering for architectural openings having collapsible vanes includes a head rail and support structure in the form of a sheet of material, monofilaments, tapes, ribbons, cords, or the like, supporting an upper edge of a plurality of vertically spaced, horizontally extending vanes with ...


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Auger Raymond N: Roll up covering for architectural openings having top down/bottom up capability. Hunter Douglas, Auger Raymond N, POLUMBUS Gary M, April 5, 2007: WO/2007/038447 (5 worldwide citation)

A top down/bottom up covering for an architectural opening is disclosed in a roll-up configuration so the shade can be rolled about a roller in a head rail while having the ability to raise and lower top and bottom rails between which the shade material extends independently of each other. The rolle ...


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Solow Howard Jay, Lobdell Julie, Smith Nicholas D, Follmar Chad, Samson Jeffery T: Exercise table. Peak Body Systems Dba Peak Pilates, Solow Howard Jay, Lobdell Julie, Smith Nicholas D, Follmar Chad, Samson Jeffery T, POLUMBUS Gary M, May 14, 2009: WO/2009/061321 (4 worldwide citation)

An exercise table which finds use in Pilates exercising includes an outer framework, a slidably movable support platform, and a foot bar against which a user's feet can be engaged while sliding the support platform against the bias of springs by extending and retracting the user's legs. The frame ha ...


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ANTHONY JAMES M: System for confining lift cords in coverings for architectural openings. HUNTER DOUGLAS, Polumbus Gary M, February 25, 2010: WO/2010/021841 (3 worldwide citation)

A system for incorporation into a retractable covering that includes a flexible lift cord extending from a headrail to a bottom rail. The system includes a flexible protector of a length similar to that of an associated lift cord with the lift cord being operatively connected to the protector. The p ...


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Solow Howard J, Osburn James V, Lobdell Julie, Samson Jeffery T: Stackable exercise chair. Peak Body Systems Dba Peak Pilates, Solow Howard J, Osburn James V, Lobdell Julie, Samson Jeffery T, POLUMBUS Gary M, December 21, 2007: WO/2007/146901 (1 worldwide citation)

An exercise chair of the type wherein a user can sit on a seating platform and extend and retract his legs while his feet are resting on a spring-resisted foot rod includes a movable bar for pivotally supporting the foot rod and which is positionable in an operative position or a storage position. I ...