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Robert M Peters: Metal shake or shingle panel and accessories. Aluminum Company of America, Elroy Strickland, August 31, 1976: US03977141 (39 worldwide citation)

A panel structure comprised of a plurality of side-by-side segments formed to present the configuration and aesthetics of hand-split wooden shakes for a building roof and/or wall, and trimming and finishing accessories therefor similarly formed to simulate wooden shake structures.


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Robert M Peters, Henri D Schnurmann, Louis J Vidunas: Automatically testing a plurality of memory arrays on selected memory array testers. International Business Machines, Robert J Haase, August 12, 1986: US04606025 (33 worldwide citation)

A system for automatically testing a plurality of memory arrays on selected memory array testers includes an interactive data entry device for entering array test specifications including characterizing information, DC testing parameters, AC testing parameters and AC test pattern choices for the arr ...


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Robert M Peters, Kenneth E Nowicki: Metal shake or shingle panel and accessories. Aluminum Company of America, Elroy Strickland, May 4, 1976: US03953946 (10 worldwide citation)

A panel structure comprised of a plurality of side-by-side segments formed to present the configuration and aesthetics of hand-split wooden shakes for a building roof and/or wall, and trimming and finishing accessories therefor similarly formed to simulate wooden shake structures.


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John G Beese, Robert M Peters, Malcolm V Wade: Devices for detecting fluid flow. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, April 8, 1980: US04196621 (5 worldwide citation)

In a device for detecting fluid flow, an elongated body, such as a wire, is supported so that when a substantial portion of its length is exposed to a flowing fluid with the longitudinal axis of said portion arranged substantially transverse to the fluid flow, said portion can be caused to vibrate b ...


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Robert M Peters: Traction device and method for relocating dislocated shoulders. Andrew D Maslow, July 4, 1989: US04844056 (2 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for use by a physician to relocate a dislocated shoulder of a patient. The device includes a bent rigid member, an upper arm connecting member attached to one end of the bent rigid member, a lower arm connecting member attached to the other end of the bent rigid member, a loop a ...


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Robert M Peters: Fluorescent lamp brightness control. Lyall Electric, Roger M Rickert, December 20, 1988: US04792729 (2 worldwide citation)

A load side phase control circuit is used in conjunction with a conventional fluorescent light ballast (step-up autotransformer) and an isolation transformer to achieve fluorescent lamp brightness control. A resistor and capacitor connected in series shunt the phase control circuit to maintain low l ...


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Robert V Nonneman, Robert M Peters: Methods, systems, and computer-readable media for linking object identification data to package identification data. United Parcel Service of America, Alston & Bird, Bank Of America Plaza, January 13, 2005: US20050006469-A1

Senders ship products in packages to receivers via a carrier. The carrier's computer system receives data identifying objects associated with the products, and data identifying the packages, links the two, and stores same in a database. The object can be defined to be a product, package, or group of ...


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