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Barry Wayne Hoberman: Luggage with adjustable packing board. Travelpro International, Ackerman Senterfitt, August 20, 2002: US06435324 (2 worldwide citation)

Luggage for carrying clothing, accessories and the like when traveling includes an adjustable packing board having first and second panels that are joined together between first and second luggage attachment ends. A pair of drawstrings are fixed at bottom ends to opposite ends of a luggage bottom an ...


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Cure (course of treatment) kit, particularly for individuals following a cure (course of treatment) at a spa. Renaux Marie Therese, July 6, 1990: FR2641170-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

The cure (course of treatment) kit is noteworthy in that it includes, on the inside, on its lateral sides, flanging elements or loops 5 capable of holding containers or receptacles 6 and on its longitudinal sides, flexible walls 7 defining inner chambers 7.1 for storing, on the one hand, clothing ac ...


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Johnny L Scott: Stand for holding clothing accessories. Kenneth A Roddy, October 22, 2013: US08561819 (1 worldwide citation)

A stand for holding and storing clothing accessories, such as neckties, belts and footwear in an easily seen accessible position has an elongate freestanding generally rectangular upright frame, a flat planar horizontal platform or shelf at a lower end thereof for holding and storing shoes and other ...


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Thomas K Bowen, Shawn W Baxter: Systems and methods for providing apparel having an internal fluid container. Baxbo, David B Tingey, Bryant J Keller, Kirton McConkie, April 21, 2015: US09009867 (1 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to apparel and/or clothing accessories containing a fluid container. In particular, disclosed are systems and methods for providing apparel and/or accessories that selectively contain a fluid container that can be filled with a drinkable liquid. The apparel item may include a ...


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Randall R Lockard: Clothing accessory label. TBAC Investment Trust, Winstead Sechrest & Minick, February 21, 1995: US05390434 (1 worldwide citation)

A label is disclosed that provides an economical and convenient means of securing information regarding product promotion, pricing, and manufacturing to clothing accessories. The disclosed label encircles the labeled accessory and has a flap extension for insertion through a loop of material affixed ...


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Weill Andre, Deflin Emmanuel, Athimon Pillard Benedicte, Bonfiglio Jacques, Tendron Frederic, Remy Michel, Lafarge Yves: Portable electronic equipment. France Telecom, June 21, 2002: FR2818476-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns an electronic equipment consisting of a plurality of elementary functional components, said portable electronic equipment comprising: at least a clothing article (1) provided with a network of transmission lines integrated in the textile material constituting said clothing art ...


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Bauer Friedrich, Roehmig Juergen: Sheathed carbonfibers. Friedrich Bauer Ing, September 26, 2001: EP1137322-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The method involves contacting the fiber material (3a,3b) to be connected, simultaneously opening the insulating sleeve coating, compressing the conducting cores, closing the opened sleeve coating and hardening the connection. The sleeve coating is opened using a solvent and closed by applying an in ...


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Eiji Okamura: Distribution system. Leading Information Technology Institute, Fulbright And Jaworski L, Patent Docketing 29th Floor, September 11, 2003: US20030171843-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A distribution system in which many types of small-volume products classified according to product type, which includes clothing, accessories, shoes, bags, and wallets, design, color, and size are combined for shipping in one or more packing boxes to a retail store. Products 9 are packed in a packag ...


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Improved necktie hanger. Dart, February 2, 1972: GB1262228-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,262,228. Neck-tie racks. DART INDUSTRIES Inc. July 16, 1970 [July 16, 1969], No.34616/70. Heading A4U. A hanger for neck ties and clothing accessories comprises a head 2, formed as a hook for engagement with a hanger rail, the base of the hook being joined by a bar, having upper and lower projecti ...


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Marleau Gilles, Gingras Louise: Systeme de parures interchangeables, Interchangeable ornamentation system. Marleau Gilles, Gingras Louise, NA, June 12, 2001: CA2093463 (1 worldwide citation)

A system for interchangeably ornamenting jewelry, clothing, accessories, eyeglasses, buttons, luggage, furniture, furnishings, or any combination of personal effects, so that a co-ordinated display of colour, fabric, and design information can be quickly and inexpensively applied to given articles, ...



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