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John L Kastura, William R Stewart: Motor vehicle diagnostic and monitoring device having keep alive memory. General Motors Corporation, Howard N Conkey, June 2, 1981: US04271402 (86 worldwide citation)

A diagnostic and warning system for a motor vehicle monitors the condition of a number of preselected parameters. When the condition of the parameters is representative of a fault condition, the system energizes a malfunction light in the vehicle compartment during the period of the detected fault. ...


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Brian E Bonn, Christopher C Stone, William R Stewart: Headrest support and adjustment mechanism. A dec, Klarquist Sparkman, May 17, 2005: US06893096 (25 worldwide citation)

Mechanism for supporting and permitting selected adjustment of the position of a headrest relative to the back of a chair includes an elongate housing, support brackets pivotally connected adjacent opposite ends of the body, and a plurality of interleaved elongate plate members extending longitudina ...


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David B Stewart, William R Stewart, John M C Dickinson: Lag or stave assembly for Kirschner beaters. Wm R Stewart & Sons, Charles E Brown, June 2, 1981: US04270245 (18 worldwide citation)

A lag or stave assembly for a Kirschner beater which replaces the traditional one-piece wooden lags and is preferably formed from extruded aluminium. The lag assembly is formed in two parts with a first support part which is preferably channel-shaped and can be secured to the free end of an arm or s ...


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Robert A Rahenkamp, William R Stewart Jr: Sentence oriented dictation system featuring random accessing of dictation segments. International Business Machines Corporation Armonk NY, Hanifin and Jancin, D Kendall Cooper, June 20, 1972: US3671683 (17 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns a system for recording audio signals on a record medium cooperating with a transducer means, with the record media having a plurality of segment storage areas, such as individual storage areas on a tape, belt or card, or the like, and with storage of information taking ...


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Christopher C Stone, Brian E Bonn, William R Stewart: Headrest support and adjustment mechanism. A dec, Klarquist Sparkman, July 10, 2007: US07240966 (15 worldwide citation)

A mechanism for supporting and permitting selected adjustment of the position of a headrest relative to the back of a chair comprises a body, a first pivotable connection, a second pivotable connection and a selectively releasable locking mechanism. The first pivotable connection is near the first e ...


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William R Stewart: Opening roller assemblies for open end spinning machines. Wm R Stewart & Sons, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 14, 1987: US04679390 (14 worldwide citation)

An opening roller assembly for open end spinning machines wherein the roller is releasably and slidably supported on a drive shaft of the open end spinning machine to enable easy removal of the roller for refurbishing, replacement or repair. Non-mechanical means is provided to maintain the roller in ...


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William R Stewart: Archery bow with thumb receiving opening. Victor United, Emory L Groff Jr, March 24, 1981: US04257385 (11 worldwide citation)

An archery bow includes a handle including a primary section having a sight window segment extending inwardly well beyond the bow center line. Additional strength and resistance to twisting of the bow limbs attached to the handle is provided by a supplemental handle section affixed to the inside sur ...


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William R Stewart: Rotating sealant applicator. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Ben J Yorks, George W Finch, John P Scholl, April 30, 1991: US05010841 (6 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for applying sealant to a countersunk fastener hole. The apparatus includes a sleeve, an adapter tube within the sleeve, a nozzle housing attached to the adapter tube, and a tip within the nozzle housing. A guide pin is attached to the adapter tube and follows an oblique slot ...


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William R Stewart, David B Stewart, John Michael C Dickinson: Fiber opening devices. Wm R Stewart & Sons, Cushman Darby & Cushman, September 26, 1989: US04869060 (5 worldwide citation)

A cleaning system for use with a fibre opening device used in connection with the spinning of fibres into yarns wherein an opening roller is mounted for rotation in a housing incorporating a trash separation zone and a fibre stripping zone and the roller has a cylindrical working surface with combin ...


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William R Stewart: Opening roller for an open-end spinning machine. Wm R Stewart & Sons, Diller Ramik & Wight, January 23, 1979: US04135355 (5 worldwide citation)

An opening roller for an open-end spinning machine carries an array of pins on its external surface. The pins are arranged in repeating patterns, each pattern comprising from 7 to 12 axially extending rows of equally-spaced pins, the relative dispositions of the pins in adjacent rows being such that ...