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John E Beard, Franklin L Spillman, Oscar Banos, David Showers, John M Fussell, George LeBlanc: Powered gait orthosis. Board of Supervisors of Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, Notaro & Michalos, June 4, 1991: US05020790 (94 worldwide citation)

An orthosis for powering the walking movement of a paralyzed wearer, comprises torso members to be firmly connected to the opposite sides of the wearer's torso. A pair of leg braces is connected to the torso members. Each leg brace comprises a thigh member pivotally mounted at a hip joint to one tor ...


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George LeBlanc: Mesh fabric vehicle top system. Floy E Ivey, Liebler Ivey&Connor, January 15, 2002: US06338522 (8 worldwide citation)

A vehicle top system comprising a soft top composed of a mesh material to thereby block out a portion of sunlight but allow the passage of a portion of air therethrough. The soft top may include a top section to cover at least the driver and front passenger portion of a vehicle (such as a JEEPĀ® bran ...


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George LeBlanc, Gwyn Gallagher: Sealed hinge arrangement. United Technologies Corporation, Edward L Kochey Jr, August 16, 1994: US05337452 (4 worldwide citation)

Panels (10, 12, 16, 20) are joined on several hinge axes (14-22, 18-24), and may fold around either axis. A spherical ball (26) fits within a ball receiving socket (28) in the corner of each panel. Sealing against leakage, from one side of the panels to the other, is accomplished at this multiple ax ...