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Lanny L Potts: Stair climbing exercise apparatus. William S Dorman, November 24, 1987: US04708338 (123 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 ...


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Lanny L Potts: Treadmill exerciser. Tri Tech, William S Dorman, August 18, 1987: US04687195 (107 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 ...


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Jamie S Leach: Safety harness for infants and toddlers. William S Dorman, July 5, 1994: US05325818 (62 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 ...


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Jamie S Leach: Body pillow with horseshoe-shaped top and J-shaped bottom. William S Dorman, December 31, 2002: US06499164 (57 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.


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Jamie S Leach: Symmetrically contoured support pillow. William S Dorman, July 13, 2004: US06760934 (51 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 ...


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Joseph J Wonigar: Stowable step for vehicles. William S Dorman, May 11, 1976: US03955827 (50 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 ...


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Jamie S Leach: Contoured body pillow. William S Dorman, June 22, 2004: US06751817 (50 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 ...


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Jamie S Leach: Double pillowcase with attached anchor pad. William S Dorman, August 5, 2003: US06601252 (46 worldwide citation)

A double pillowcase assembly comprising a pair of fabric envelopes connected together along a central seam line, the envelopes being capable of holding pillows therein and an anchor pad extending outwardly from the double pillowcase and being connected thereto along the central seam line.


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Jamie S Leach: Infant support pillow with body wrap. William S Dorman, April 29, 2003: US06553590 (46 worldwide citation)

An infant support pillow having an outer concentric curved periphery and an inner curved boundary, the inner curved boundary being provided with a fabric body wrap comprising a T-shaped member having a fabric leg extending longitudinally therefrom and having transversely extending straps attached at ...


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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 ...



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