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Frampton E Ellis III: Shoe sole structures with deformation sipes. Anatomic Research, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, September 12, 2000: US06115945 (144 worldwide citation)

A construction for a shoe, particularly an athletic shoe, which includes a sole that conforms to the natural shape of the foot shoe, including the bottom and the sides, when that foot sole deforms naturally by flattening under load while walking or running in order to provide a stable support base f ...


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Frampton E Ellis III: Shoe with naturally contoured sole. Ronald P Kananen, June 7, 1994: US05317819 (117 worldwide citation)

A construction for a shoe, particularly an athletic shoe such as a running shoe, includes a sole that conforms to the natural shape of the foot, particularly the sides, and that has a constant thickness in frontal plane cross sections. The thickness of the shoe sole side contour equals and therefore ...


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Frampton E Ellis III: Shoe with naturally contoured sole. Ronald P Kananen, August 13, 1996: US05544429 (90 worldwide citation)

A construction for a shoe, particularly an athletic shoe such as a running shoe, includes a sole that conforms to the natural shape of the foot, particularly the sides, and that has a constant thickness in frontal plane cross sections. The thickness of the shoe sole side contour equals and therefore ...


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Frampton E Ellis: Personal computer microprocessor firewalls for internet distributed processing. Pillsbury Madison & Sutro Intellectual Property, December 26, 2000: US06167428 (87 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to computer networks having computers like personal computers (1) or network servers (2) with microprocessors linked (5) by transmission means (4, 14) and having hardware, and other means such that at least one parallel processing operation occurs that involve at least two com ...


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Frampton E Ellis III: Shoe with contoured sole. Ronald P Kananen, February 5, 1991: US04989349 (87 worldwide citation)

A construction for a shoe, particularly an athletic shoe such as a running shoe, includes a sole having a load-bearing sole portion and a contoured edge stability portion. The edge portion of the sole is contoured and defined by an arc of a circle having a radius equal to the thickness of the sole p ...


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Frampton E Ellis III: Shoe with naturally contoured sole. Anatomic Research, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, September 12, 2000: US06115941 (69 worldwide citation)

A construction for a shoe, particularly an athletic shoe such as a running shoe, includes a sole that conforms to the natural shape of the foot, particularly the sides, and that has a constant thickness in frontal plane cross sections. The thickness of the shoe sole side contour equals and therefore ...


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Frampton E Ellis III: Shoe sole structures. Anatomic Research, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, December 3, 2002: US06487795 (63 worldwide citation)

A shoe having improved stability and cushioning by incorporating aspects similar to certain structures of the human foot. The shoe includes a shoe sole having a contour similar to that of the human foot, including a sole inner surface and a sole outer surface each having concavely rounded portions. ...


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Frampton E Ellis III: Global network computers. Pillsbury Winthrop, April 20, 2004: US06725250 (62 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to one or more computer networks having computers like personal computers or network servers with microprocessors linked by broadband transmission means and having hardware, software, firmware, and other means such that at least one parallel processing operation occu ...


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Frampton E Ellis: Global network computers. DLA Piper US, March 17, 2009: US07506020 (57 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for a network of computers is presented. A plurality of inner firewalls operate within a personal computer. The personal computer operates in a network of computers and includes at least one microprocessor and at least two memory components. The plurality of inner firewalls deny access ...


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Frampton E Ellis III: Shoe sole structures. Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, June 8, 1999: US05909948 (55 worldwide citation)

A construction for a shoe, specifically a shoe sole, particularly the structure of an athletic shoe sole. Still more particularly, this invention relates to a lateral stability sipe that allows any shoe sole to provide significantly improved lateral support to the foot. Still more particularly, this ...



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