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Dunlop

(ˈdʌnlɒp)
n
(Biography) John Boyd. 1840–1921, Scottish veterinary surgeon, who devised the first successful pneumatic tyre, which was manufactured by the company named after him
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Raffles rode a Beeston Humber, a Royal Sunbeam was good enough for me, but he insisted on our both having Dunlop tires.
I had my eye on the road all the way from Ripley to Cobham, and there were more Dunlop marks than any other kind.
This, as you perceive, is a Dunlop, with a patch upon the outer cover.
Come, then, and, having exhausted the Palmer, let us see what the Dunlop with the patched cover has to offer us.
At the spot where we saw the last of the Dunlop tire it might equally have led to Holdernesse Hall, the stately towers of which rose some miles to our left, or to a low, gray village which lay in front of us and marked the position of the Chesterfield high road.
Holmes struck a match and held it to the back wheel, and I heard him chuckle as the light fell upon a patched Dunlop tire.
In the commentary, Dunlop takes issue with Thomas A.
I expect that we'll spend another $1 million before we see any light," says Dick Dunlop, president of Consolidated Professor Mines Ltd.
Dunlop of the Medical Research Council Human Genetics Unit in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Judge Michael Taylor said he was sitting in private when Billy Dunlop confessed to him that he had killed his girlfriend Julie Hogg, 22, in Billingham in 1989.
DUNLOP Motorsport's old Birmingham factory will be demolished this summer - taking all remnants of 125 years of manufacturing with it.