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Dunlop

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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A 1992 agreement between Harvard University and the Boston Building Trades Council, with Dunlop as neutral third party, to govern continuing university renovation of dormitories;
Dunlop says that while his proposal is progressing through the EA process in Ontario, the federal government, through the Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office (FEARO) has indicated that it wants to conduct an independent assessment.
Dunlop and his colleagues, who describe their work in the Feb.
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Judge Taylor told a courtroom at Teesside Crown Court packed with other judges, barristers, solicitors and court staff that Dunlop confessed during a private family hearing.
Dunlop had produced tyres at the plant, in Ashold Farm Road, for 125 years and its closure marks the end of manufacturing in Birmingham for the iconic brand.
Erdington MP Jack Dromey, who campaigned to keep Dunlop Motorsport in Birmingham, said it was a sombre day for the region's manufacturing heritage.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-January 13, 2015-Walker & Dunlop nationwide platform grows to over 103 loan originators
BALLYMONEY man Michael Dunlop earned his second Isle of Man TT win of the week in the delayed four-lap Superstock event yesterday.