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Vincent A Busam, James C Bell, Wayne T Holcombe: Telephone activated power controller. Dynatech Computer Power, Thomas E Schatzel, March 3, 1987: US04647721 (51 worldwide citation)

A telephone activated power controller comprised of an electrical power inlet and a number of power outlets for supplying power to the devices of a computer or other system. A detection circuit detects telephone rings and off-hook conditions and powers up the system. A remote control circuit allows ...


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James C Bell: Luggage rack. Oliver, McCormick Paulding & Huber, October 21, 1986: US04618082 (5 worldwide citation)

A vehicle luggage rack with parallel slats secured in mounting strips to a surface has a cross member made up of two sculptured stanchions and a cross rail that can be adjusted between several predetermined positions but not readily removed. One-piece fastener and tether means hold the stanchions in ...


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James C Bell: Luggage carrier. Oliver, McCormick Paulding and Huber, August 23, 1988: US04765522 (4 worldwide citation)

A luggage carrier has several spaced parallel slat assemblies, and end caps for all of the slats. The outermost slat assemblies are also fitted with tie-down cleats that do not require screw fasteners to anchor them to the slats. These tie-down cleats are trapped between the end cap and a load beari ...


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James C Bell: Air cushion vehicle stern seal. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Navy, Bean Kauffman & Spencer, May 30, 1989: US04834011 (3 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an improved stern seal construction for air cushion surted operating type marine vessels which consists of an array of inflatable, vertically oriented inverted truncated open-ended cones or fingers. These fingers are individually attached to and mounted to depend in side-by-side r ...


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James C Bell: Air cushion vehicle with high stability skirt system. Textron, Perman & Green, August 6, 1996: US05542366 (3 worldwide citation)

An air cushion vehicle having a low drag, high stability non-scooping skirt system including closed loop finger sleeves. An enlarged bag combines to provide a more responsive skirt profile. The sleeves of this invention are trimmed at an angle to the supporting surface, thereby exposing the sleeve o ...


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James C Bell: Spray suppressor for air cushion craft. Textron, Perman & Green, July 16, 1996: US05535691

A spray suppressor for an air cushion vehicle comprising inflatable loop elements fixed to the air cushion seal finger sleeves and positioned immediately outward from the air cushion boundary. The elements are pressurized to a pressure less than the air cushion and greater than the ambient pressure ...


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James C Bell, James J Lever IV, Deborah D Layfield, Kurt E Seigler: Process for producing hydrocarbon molecules from renewable biomass. Georgia Belle Plantation, Hunton & Williams New York, January 15, 2009: US20090017513-A1

Provided is a process for producing hydrocarbon molecules from biomass utilizing microorganisms that are resistant to extreme heat and pressure, that comprise nucleic acid molecules encoding enzymes which degrade compounds selected from the group consisting of cellulose, lignin, xylan and hemicellul ...


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James C Bell, Jolene C Bell: Systems and methods for providing signals to a device to cause a task to be performed in an emergency situation. Jeramie J Keys Withers & Keys, October 27, 2005: US20050239436-A1

Systems and methods provide for signals to be received at a device that cause a particular task to be performed at the device in an emergency situation. For example, a signal may be provided to a vehicle, cellular phone, or other device to cause an audio system of the device to provide an audible em ...


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James C Bell: Almond tree. James C Bell, Elberta F Bell, Roger B Webster, February 13, 1979: USPP004378

An almond tree which is dense, medium size, vigorous, spreading in branching habit, abundantly foliated with medium size, medium green, acuminate leaves having a crenate margin, blooms early with pink flowers, and is a regular and heavy producer--in clusters on short spurs--of large, elongated, pape ...