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George Pyrke Powers: Chair. W Charles Kent, December 28, 1976: US03999802 (51 worldwide citation)

A chair having a unitary metal frame of the so-called runner type wherein there is along each side a runner joining the bottom of the front and rear legs of such respective side of the chair, the frame being fabricated from a length of metal rod, tube or the like, the opposite ends of the length of ...


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Scott Edward James Garratt: Method to activate a vending machine. Ridout & Maybec, W Charles Kent, February 1, 2005: US06850816 (34 worldwide citation)

A method of activating a vending machine or automatic dispenser of products or services, comprising an authorization acceptance means that operates in the machine or dispenser and an authorization issuance means that operates in a computer or calculating device remote from said machine or dispenser, ...


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Danny D Lowe, Gordon G Wilson, Michael E Baker, Abram Gamer: Player interactive live action athletic contest. Gordon Wilson, Danny D Lowe, Michael E Baker, Abram Gamer, W Charles Kent, William R Edgar, R Lewis Gable, December 9, 1997: US05695401 (30 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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Blanchard St Clair Parks, Bernette Frederick Parks: Demountable dock assembly. W Charles Kent, September 27, 1977: US04050257 (20 worldwide citation)

An economical, lightweight, easily assembled and disassembled dock assembly. The elements of the assembly comprise a plurality of anchor posts, a connector to be secured about each of the anchor posts at a predetermined height, the connector having at least two arms extending outwardly from a centra ...


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Patrick J Strain: Double sectioned tank. W Charles Kent, October 3, 1978: US04117796 (19 worldwide citation)

A special type of tank that can be built into or placed in the cargo space of a ship to contain ballast water or another liquid without cross-contamination with the cargo residues, i.e. allowing for the carriage of segregated ballast in the cargo space. Allowance is also made for double-bottom space ...


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Charles E Makepeace: Process for making metal pipe. W Charles Kent, January 4, 1977: US04001054 (19 worldwide citation)

Metal pipe or tubing having increased strength and toughness in a direction transverse to its axis, designed to prevent fractures and inhibit fracture propagation, for example in pipelines carrying fluids such as natural gas or oil. The pipes have localized sections spaced from their ends which have ...


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John Joseph Vincent Burns: Electrical grounding clamp. W Charles Kent, August 15, 1978: US04106832 (19 worldwide citation)

An improved means for grounding the electrical service in a building or for grounding motors and the like consisting of an electrical ground fixture comprising a metal pipe section and a securing means for a ground wire integrally associated with the metal pipe section. The securing means comprises ...


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Donald Andrews: Hook baiting machine. W Charles Kent, April 5, 1977: US04015359 (15 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for baiting fishing hooks attached at spaced intervals by snoods to a long line comprising guide means for receiving the lines, snoods and eyes of the hooks to channel them longitudinally and unobstructedly through said apparatus and restrict them against lateral displacement out of the gu ...


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Roy Beach, Ivan Beach: Gutter attachment for asphalt spreader. W Charles Kent, January 17, 1978: US04068969 (14 worldwide citation)

An attachment for one side of an asphalt paving machine to permit laying of a gutter adjacent to and integral with a roadway surface at the same time as the roadway surface is being paved. The device comprises an extension plate to be vertically oriented in alignment with the screed of the asphalt p ...


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John J Cottee: Ski machine. Dryland Kinetics, W Charles Kent, November 8, 1988: US04783069 (8 worldwide citation)

An exercising and training apparatus particularly for use for training for alpine skiing. The apparatus comprises a frame having a platform pivotably secured to the frame for movement from side-to-side through a convex arcuate path to provide lateral motion for the user's feet and an accentuated deg ...



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