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George Clarke: Slot machine which pays out upon predetermined number of consecutive lost games. Kabushiki Kaisha Universal, Young & Thompson, June 2, 1987: US04669731 (472 worldwide citation)

A slot machine of the type having a plurality of rotatable reels, each bearing an annular row of various symbols on the outer surface thereof, or a corresponding CRT display, which selects and displays combinations of symbols during each game, and which pays out coins not only when predetermined pri ...


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Trevor George Clarke: Assisting orientation of a member as it moves in a linear path. Larson Taylor and Hinds, June 28, 1977: US04032156 (21 worldwide citation)

Means for assisting orientation of a member as it moves in a linear path, especially a golf club head having a flat striking face and substantially flat top and bottom faces, the top face having internal walls defining an aperture in the top face and opening at the bottom face, said walls tapering t ...


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George Clarke: Garment hanger system. October 28, 1997: US05680972 (9 worldwide citation)

A wardrobe hanger system having a first, upper section for suspending coats, jackets, shirts, and the like, and for suspending slacks or pants, and a second, detachable lower section for suspending a skirt, or the like. The second, lower section holds the skirt, by means of a pair of spring-biassed, ...


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Nigel Ronald Evans, Andrew Malcolm George Clarke, John Mark Mackelden: Data storage apparatus and method. Hewlett Packard Development Company, January 29, 2008: US07324297 (5 worldwide citation)

Data storage apparatus is provided for storing data on a tape in accordance with a format specifying a plurality of logs of tape-usage information and a data area for storing the data. Control means are programmed to update one of the logs for each usage of the tape, the logs being selected in turn ...


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Nigel Ronald Evans, Andrew Malcolm George Clarke, John Mark Mackelden: Tape drive apparatus and method. Hewlett Packard Development Company, November 5, 2013: US08576505 (1 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of storing data on a tape medium in at least one data recording session employing a tape drive apparatus operable to record the data in accordance with a format specifying an unused area of the tape medium. The method comprises formatting the tape medium according to the format ...


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John Mark Mackelden, Nigel Ronald Evans, Andrew Malcolm George Clarke: Data transfer apparatus head cleaning. Hewlett Packard Development Company, January 22, 2008: US07321478 (1 worldwide citation)

A data transfer apparatus is described for transferring data between at least one transducer head of the data transfer apparatus and a data medium removably received in the data transfer apparatus. The data transfer apparatus is operable to monitor at least one data transfer performance characterist ...


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Britton Graham John, Murfet George Clarke: Storage device. Britton Graham John, Murfet George Clarke, June 6, 1984: GB2130554-A (1 worldwide citation)

A storage device, for example for fishing tackle, comprises a box (1) having a base (1b) and a hinged lid (1a) each including a steel sheet (3, 4). Storage vessels (5) fit inside the container (1) and adhere to the base and lid by virtue of discs (8) of ferrite-loaded plastics provided on the base o ...


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Nigel Ronald Evans, Andrew Malcolm George Clarke, John Mark Mackelden: Data structure, data storage apparatus and method. Hewlett Packard Development Company, May 27, 2008: US07379255

Data stored on a tape in a plurality of data recording sessions employs tape drive apparatus programmed to record the data in accordance with a format specifying a log of tape-usage information. The log is in the form of a data structure including a plurality of log sections in which tape usage info ...