Dunlop



[duhn-lop, duhn-lop] /dʌnˈlɒp, ˈdʌn lɒp/

noun
1.
John Boyd, 1840–1921, Scottish inventor of the pneumatic tire.
/ˈdʌnlɒp/
noun
1.
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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