Gottlieb Daimler

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Gottlieb Daimler
BirthplaceSchorndorf, Württemberg
Engineer, industrialist, automotive pioneer
Known for Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (Daimler Motors Corporation, DMG)

Daimler, Gottlieb

(dām`lər, Ger. gôt`lēp dīm`lər), 1834–1900, German engineer, inventor, and pioneer automobile manufacturer. His improvements in the internal-combustion engine, made in the 1880s, contributed largely to the development of the automobile industry. In 1890 he founded the Daimler Motor Company at Cannstatt, Germany.
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was careful not to chastise the referee, he was less sparing in his criticism of the groundsman at the Gottlieb Daimler stadium.
The nomenclature of the surrounding streets (Mercedesstrasse, Benzstrasse, even a Gottlieb Daimler Stadion) decisively stakes out the territory.
Maybe it was to do with the reality check the entire nation received last week in Holland, but there were few fans around prepared to talk up the Ibrox club's chances in the Gottlieb Daimler Stadion.
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France's World Cup victory on home soil eight years ago seemed a long time ago as the remaining veterans of that campaign struggled in the heat at the Gottlieb Daimler stadium.
The game kicks off at 7.45pm in the Gottlieb Daimler Stadium.
1871: Henry Morton Stanley discovered missing explorer David Livingstone.1885: Paul Daimler, the son of German engineer Gottlieb Daimler, became the first motorcyclist.
Alex McLeish's men must beat Stuttgart in the Gottlieb Daimler Stadion this evening to have any realistic chance of making the knock-out stages of the competition.
The world's first motorcycle - produced by Gottlieb Daimler - arrived in November 1885.
Domenech was less sparing in his criticism for the Gottlieb Daimler stadium pitch which prevented fast, attacking football.