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Encyclopedia > Oil Bowl

Oil Bowl was a college football bowl game played in Houston, Texas in 1946 and 1947.


Yearly Results:

  • 01/01/46 Georgia 20, Tulsa 6
  • 01/01/47 Georgia Tech 41, St. Mary's 19

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Electrical deep-fryer - Patent 5931081 (4237 words)
The motor is thus less subject to heated oil vapors and oil leakage that is usually associated with motors disposed at the side of the aluminum oil bowl housing.
The motor of the inventive fryer is offset from the aluminum oil bowl, and is protected from heated oil vapors by a retaining wall of the cooking chamber and an aluminum shield.
The aluminum oil bowl 15 is mounted for rotation upon a spindle 17 that is rotationally anchored to the bottom of the fryer housing 14 by nut 16, through hollow bore 18.
Oil toilet - Patent 4028747 (3247 words)
Oil is extremely slippery and thus it is dangerous to have such oil on the floor or the like.
However, these bowls are all legal for use in water flush system in the U.S. where a bowl of the Kerafina type is illegal in the U.S. It is an object of the invention to provide an improved oil toilet.
It is to be understood that bowl portion 53 and the various wall portions recited are continuous and form a conventional commode or bowl as is well known in the art.
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