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William E Morgan, Alec Carlson, Daniel S Cobb, Gerald S Bell: Local area print server for requesting and storing required resource data and forwarding printer status message to selected destination. Digital Equipment Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, June 15, 1993: US05220674 (360 worldwide citation)

A local area print server for connection to a printer to form a printing system for servicing printing requests is disclosed. The local area print server both controls the servicing of printing requests by the printer, and in response to printer requests for resources needed to satisfy a printing re ...


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Edmund A Hebert, William E Morgan, Dean Snell: Multilayer golf ball with a thin thermoset outer layer. Acushnet Company, Pennie & Edmonds, March 23, 1999: US05885172 (341 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed towards a multilayer golf ball which comprises a core, an inner cover layer and an outer cover layer, wherein the outer cover layer comprises a thermoset material formed from a castable, reactive liquid, said outer layer having a thickness of less than 0.05 inches a ...


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Herbert C Boehm, William E Morgan, Walter L Reid, Samuel A Pasqua Jr, Christopher Cavallaro, Kevin M Harris: Fluid or liquid filled non-wound golf ball. Acushnet Company, Pennie & Edmonds, July 6, 1999: US05919100 (296 worldwide citation)

A golf ball having a diameter and comprising a fluid mass at the center of the ball, a first, solid, non-wound layer surrounding the fluid mass comprised of a non-elastic polymer material selected from the group of thermoplastic material, metal, and plastic, and having an inner diameter in the range ...


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Christopher Cavallaro, Roman D Halko, Matthew F Hogge, Mitchell E Lutz, William E Morgan, Megan Morgan: Golf ball with vapor barrier layer and method of making same. Acushnet Company, William B Lacy, October 14, 2003: US06632147 (158 worldwide citation)

A golf ball comprising a core, an intermediate layer and a cover, wherein the intermediate layer has a moisture vapor transmission rate that is lower than that of the cover and, additionally, a primary ingredient of the intermediate layer is made from a material including polybutadiene, natural rubb ...


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Henry M Levy, Michael J Feeley, Anna R Karlin, William E Morgan, Chandramohan A Thekkath: Using global memory information to manage memory in a computer network. University of Washington, Digital Equipment Corporation, Ronald M Anderson, December 26, 2000: US06167490 (144 worldwide citation)

A system and method for managing memory in a network. In a computer network in which multiple computers (nodes) are interconnected by a network, the primary memory on one node may be used to store memory data (pages)from other nodes. The transfer of a data page over the network from the memory of a ...


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Edmund A Hebert, William E Morgan, Dean Snell: Method for a multilayer golf ball with a thin thermoset outer layer. Acushnet Company, Pennie & Edmonds, October 17, 2000: US06132324 (91 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed towards a method of forming a multilayer golf ball which comprises a core, an inner cover layer and an outer cover layer. The steps include forming a golf ball core; injection molding an inner cover layer around said golf ball core with a material having a first sho ...


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William E Morgan, Douglas E Jones: Wound golf balls with high specific gravity centers. Acushnet Company, Swidler Berlin Shereff Friedman, December 31, 2002: US06500076 (83 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed towards an improved golf ball that includes a high-specific gravity central sphere encapsulated in a soft and resilient shell layer. The soft-resilient shell may be formed of polybutadiene rubber. This shell is subsequently wound with thread a wound core, which is t ...


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William E Morgan, Nicholas M Nardacci: Dimple patterns for golf balls. Acushnet Company, Swidler Berlin Shereff Friedman, March 16, 2004: US06705959 (64 worldwide citation)

An improved dimple pattern for a golf ball is disclosed. The dimples may be arranged according to an Archimedean pattern. The dimples may be arranged on the golf ball such that there is no great circle about the golf ball that does not intersect a dimple. Preferred Archimedean patterns include a tru ...


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William E Morgan, Herbert C Boehm, Steven Aoyama: Low drag and weight golf ball. Acushnet Company, Pennie & Edmonds, October 9, 2001: US06299552 (60 worldwide citation)

A golf ball that has a core and a cover surrounding the core. The cover has an exterior surface which defines a plurality of dimples dimensioned and arranged such that the golf ball has a coefficient of drag below about 0.26 at a Reynolds number of about 150,000 and a spin rate of about 3000 rpm. Th ...