Lanny L Potts: Stair climbing exercise apparatus. William S Dorman, November 24, 1987: US04708338 (121 worldwide citation)

An exercise apparatus that simulates stair-climbing for a user. The apparatus includes a frame having a base, and a plate on the frame perpendicular to the base. A right pedal and a left pedal are on opposite sides of the plate. A drive system assembly on the plate has a right pedal sprocket, a left ...

Lanny L Potts: Treadmill exerciser. Tri Tech, William S Dorman, August 18, 1987: US04687195 (105 worldwide citation)

A treadmill exerciser involving an upwardly and rearwardly sloping treadmill having a plurality of steps which are activated by the weight of a person "walking" up them. The tread portion and the riser portion of each step are connected at both ends by hinges to each other and to endless chains whic ...

Jamie S Leach: Safety harness for infants and toddlers. William S Dorman, July 5, 1994: US05325818 (59 worldwide citation)

A restraining device or harness for use with a child such as an infant or toddler. In one mode, the harness can be used to restrain the child when the child is ambulatory; in a second mode, the harness can be used as a safety belt for use in grocery carts, high chairs or certain other types of chair ...

Jamie S Leach: Body pillow with horseshoe-shaped top and J-shaped bottom. William S Dorman, December 31, 2002: US06499164 (55 worldwide citation)

A body pillow having an upper end which is essentially in the shape of a horseshoe and a lower end which is essentially in the shape of a J, a straight portion connecting the horseshoe-shaped top with the J-shaped bottom, the cross-sectional diameter of the body pillow being between 7 and 12 inches.

Joseph J Wonigar: Stowable step for vehicles. William S Dorman, May 11, 1976: US03955827 (48 worldwide citation)

A stowable step for use with a vehicle of the type having a body with a door opening therein and a frame beneath and inward from the door opening, a plate hinged to the frame and receiving a stowable tread thereupon, the tread being displacable laterally from the frame below the door opening. Slotte ...

Jamie S Leach: Contoured body pillow. William S Dorman, June 22, 2004: US06751817 (46 worldwide citation)

A contoured body pillow adapted to permit unlimited positioning options to facilitate relief from persistent back and neck pain, respiratory and digestive disorders, and to provide a sensation of closeness, comfort and security by conforming to the body of a user, thereby permitting the user to slee ...

Jamie S Leach: Symmetrically contoured support pillow. William S Dorman, July 13, 2004: US06760934 (46 worldwide citation)

A symmetrical contoured support pillow formed essentially in an inverted U-shape, comprising essentially a semi-circular crown designed to support the head of a woman and a pair of spaced symmetrical legs extending downwardly and outwardly divergently away from the crown, the legs having lower ends ...

John A Byrne, Charles K Rhea Jr, Thomas F Fleming: Animal food consumption monitor. Universal Identification Systems, William S Dorman, September 20, 1977: US04049950 (45 worldwide citation)

A system for determining and registering the amount of food consumed in a given period of time by each of a plurality of animals, such as cattle, comprising a feed station which the animals can enter individually and separately for feeding purposes. The feed station includes a food hopper mounted on ...

Edward L Gibbs: Ornamental ring for fence. William S Dorman, July 3, 2001: US06254064 (44 worldwide citation)

An ornamental ring for a picket fence of the type having at least one horizontally extending rail being a top rail and at least one other horizontally extending rail being an intermediate rail spaced slightly below the top rail, and having a plurality of spaced vertical pickets connected to the rail ...

Clay Bernard II, William F Matheny III, Charles M Faith, Richard L Goswick, Jerry L Hauth: Retrieval and storage mechanism for use with an automated rotating storage unit. SPS Technologies, William S Dorman, Aaron Nerenberg, June 21, 1983: US04389157 (43 worldwide citation)

In combination with automatic storage and retrieval system having a continuous track which supports a continuous rotating storage unit to move therearound in a horizontal direction, the rotating storage unit including a plurality of horizontally spaced shelves arranged vertically into columns, a con ...

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