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Taylor William D: Waste receptacle having liner bag holders. Rubbermaid Sales, Hamilton Renner & Kenner, July 23, 1974: US3825150 (78 worldwide citation)

A molded waste receptacle having integral resilient tabs formed in its side walls and adapted to be sprung inwardly by pressing on their exterior surfaces for engaging under and pinching the periphery of a liner bag between the tabs and the adjacent receptacle wall.


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Taylor William D: Tilt-open drawer construction. March 27, 1973: US3722975 (29 worldwide citation)

A drawer preferably of molded plastic material slidably mounted in a carrier frame having channel side rails slidably supporting side rails on the drawer, the lower legs of said channels having forward slots receiving selectively projections on the side rails to hold the drawer in closed and full op ...


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Taylor William D: Dinnerware rack. Rubbermaid Incorporated, July 27, 1971: US3595179 (6 worldwide citation)

A dinnerware rack comprising a combination plate and cup stand having a top shelf and a pullout cup rack releasably slidably mounted under said shelf, and a smaller stand having a lower level top shelf, said stands having separably interconnected base racks for supporting dishes between the stands, ...


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Taylor William D: Cooling apparatus for optical design.. Hughes Aircraft Co, December 30, 1992: EP0520670-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

An internally-cooled optical device 10 includes a manifold 14 having two oppositely disposed coolant input ports 18 and two oppositely disposed coolant output ports 20. The input and output ports are positioned perpendicular to each other. The input coolant flow is divided into macro-channels 28, wi ...


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Taylor William D, Dilyard Richard D: Center press outer seal bowl lid. Rubbermaid, May 15, 1985: GB2147573-A (1 worldwide citation)

A resilient plastic lid closure (10) for the upper rim (20) or a bowl (15) or the like, said lid having a downturned periphery (16) terminating in an outer rim flange (18) for snapping over the rim (20) when pressed downwardly at the medial portion (11) of the lid, thereby forming a tight seal with ...


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Taylor William D: Cooled gas distribution system for a plasma reactor. Hughes Aircraft Co, June 12, 1996: EP0716440-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An electrode (10) for use in a plasma reactor, and the like, is disclosed. The electrode (10) incorporates a high performance, miniature heat exchanger (20) and gas distribution manifold (20a) inside of the electrode (10). The electrode (10) comprises a bottom plate (11), a top plate (14), and an el ...


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Taylor William D, Dilyard Richard D: Center press outer seal bowl lid. Rubbermaid, April 5, 1985: FR2552736-A1

A resilient plastic lid closure (10) for the upper rim (20) or a bowl (15) or the like, said lid having a downturned periphery (16) terminating in an outer rim flange (18) for snapping over the rim (20) when pressed downwardly at the medial portion (11) of the lid, thereby forming a tight seal with ...


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Taylor William D: Foldable plate and cup rack. Rubbermaid Sales, October 9, 1973: US3763790

A foldable rack having a central stand with an elevated top shelf for stacked plates and two wings hinged to opposite sides of the base of the central stand, said wings having bottom platforms for supporting dishes on edge and outer elevated racks for hanging cups. The wings fold under the top shelf ...


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Taylor William D: Plasma pressure control assembly.. Hughes Aircraft Co, June 22, 1994: EP0602506-A1

A plasma assembly including an RF head (14) extending into a vacuum chamber and an associated electrode (16) for generating a confined plasma. The assembly includes a sidewall (26) within the chamber forming a plenum (28) about the RF head. The plenum defines a volume substantially smaller than the ...


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Taylor William D: Low surface distortion x-ray monochromator.. Hughes Aircraft Co, December 30, 1992: EP0520671-A1

A monochromator 18 has a thin faceplate which reduces temperature-induced distortion in a strain-free region by placing it close to a two-level heat exchanger 46, 64. The heat exchanger has a first level 46 in juxtaposition with the faceplate 22 for efficient heat extraction, and a second level 64 w ...