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Jeffrey A Nelson: Retaining and display device. Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, January 17, 1995: US05381588 (67 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a device designed to retain a pair of sock or other paired items of clothing together during the washing or drying thereof. The retaining device is also adapted to be used to display a pair of socks or other paired items of clothing on display racks in stores selling such items of cloth ...


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Robert B Ford, Jeffrey A Nelson, Peter J Tiezzi: Tip-up light bar assembly. Whelen Engineering Company, Alix Yale & Ristas, January 27, 2004: US06682210 (11 worldwide citation)

A tip up light bar assembly includes front and rear light bars pivotally supported above transversely opposed end assemblies joined by connector bars to form a rigid support structure. Each light bar is built on a rigid substrate having a uniform cross section. Longitudinally extending features of t ...


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Joseph A Miller, Jeffrey A Nelson, Mike Byrne: Process for making olefins. Henkel Research Corporation, Ernest G Szoke, Wayne C Jaeschke, John E Drach, December 31, 1991: US05077447 (9 worldwide citation)

Carboxylic acids are converted in high yields to olefins or high purity .alpha.-olefins by contacting a mixture of carboxylic acid and a carboxylic acid anhydride in the presence of a Group VIII metal or copper-containing catalyst at a temperature of from about 100.degree. C. to about 300.degree. C.


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Jeffrey A Nelson, Kenneth W Hanstine: Division head for grinding mill. Fuller Company, Frank H Thomson, February 12, 1985: US04498634 (9 worldwide citation)

A division head for a tubular grinding mill for controlling the level of material being ground in the upstream compartment of the mill. The division head is formed by a plurality of hollow pie shaped segments covered on the upstream side by grates which permit material to flow into the division head ...


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William P Conrad, Jeffrey A Nelson: Header with extendible cutter bar. Deere & Company, July 5, 2011: US07971418 (4 worldwide citation)

A header for an agricultural harvester has left side and right side endless belt conveyors and a central conveyor for carrying crop to a central aperture in the header and an extendible and retractable cutter bar assembly disposed immediately in front of the leading edges of the conveyors that can b ...


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Jon H Lyons, Jeffrey A Nelson: Light bar snap bracket assembly. Whelen Engineering Company, Alix Yale & Ristas, July 29, 2008: US07404658 (4 worldwide citation)

A light bar snap bracket assembly includes an elongated rail member, multiple light modules, and multiple snap brackets. The light modules are disposed within the rail member channel in a line of light modules extending longitudinally from a first light module disposed at the first end of the rail m ...


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Chad A Dow, William P Conrad, Jeffrey A Nelson, Benjamin M Lovett, Joshua R Pierson: Spring assisted translating draper belt drive rollers for an agricultural harvesting machine. Deere & Company, Taylor IP P C, November 29, 2011: US08065865 (3 worldwide citation)

An agricultural harvesting machine including a flexible cutterbar and associated draper belts for carrying cut agricultural material to a center location. The belts are guided by a drive rollers and idler rollers. The idler roller for each belt is pivotable about an axis generally at 90 degrees to t ...


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Brian M Lobdell, Jeffrey A Nelson: Flexible louver opening adjustment mechanism for a pivoting combine harvester cleaning element. Deere & Company, Taylor IP P C, May 24, 2011: US07946908 (2 worldwide citation)

A cleaning element for a combine harvester having a plurality of cleaning element frames pivotable about parallel longitudinal axes. Each of the cleaning elements has a plurality of pivotal louvers connected to a longitudinal actuating element extending coaxially through the longitudinal pivoting ax ...


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Chad A Dow, William P Conrad, Jeffrey A Nelson, Benjamin M Lovett, Amy C Berg, Eric D Taflinger: Flexible draper belt drive for an agricultural harvesting machine. Deere & Company, Taylor IP P C, October 9, 2012: US08281561 (2 worldwide citation)

An agricultural harvesting machine including a flexible cutterbar and associated draper belts for carrying cut agricultural material to a center location. The belts are guided by a drive rollers and idler rollers. The idler roller for each belt is pivotable about an axis generally at 90 degrees to t ...


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Chad A Dow, William P Conrad, Jeffrey A Nelson, Benjamin M Lovett, Amy C Berg, Eric D Taflinger: Flexible draper belt drive for an agricultural harvesting machine. Deere & Company, Taylor IP P C, May 14, 2013: US08438823

An agricultural harvesting machine including a flexible cutterbar and associated draper belts for carrying cut agricultural material to a center location. The belts are guided by a drive rollers and idler rollers. The idler roller for each belt is pivotable about an axis generally at 90 degrees to t ...