DMG

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AcronymDefinition
DMGDisk Image
DMGDamage
DMGDimethylglycine
DMGDill Mill Gayye (Indian TV show)
DMGDeutsche Mineralogische Gesellschaft (German mineralogical society)
DMGDeckel Maho Gildemeister (German manufacturer)
DMGDossier Médical Global (French: Global Medical File; Belgium)
DMGDépartement de Médecine Générale (French: General Practice Department)
DMGDigital Marketing Group (various locations)
DMGDeutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft (German: German Oriental Society)
DMGDungeon Master's Guide
DMGDot Matrix Gameboy
DMGDigital Media Gateway
DMGDaimler Motoren Gessellschaft
DMGDmap Gateway
DMGDaimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (Daimler Motor Company)
DMGDemon Music Group (record company; UK)
DMGDaytona Motorsports Group
DMGDirectional Multi-Gigabit (IEEE standards)
DMGDivision of Mines and Geology (California)
DMGDimethylglyoxime (CAS #95-45-4)
DMGDepartment of Mines and Geology (Nepal)
DMGDark Magician Girl (Yu-Gi-Oh! card)
DMGDistance Made Good
DMGDark Matter Gun (gaming, Quake 4)
DMGDistinguished Military Graduate
DMGDépannage Matériel Graphique (French paper pricessing equipment repair company)
DMGDigital Map Generator
DMGDot Matrix Game (Game Boy)
DMGDirect Marketing Gestion (French marketing company)
DMGDecision Maker's Guide
DMGDimethyl Glutarate
DMGCombined Dose and Geometry Correction (lithography)
DMGData Management Group, Inc.
DMGDiversity-Multiplexing Gain
DMGDiesel Media Group
DMGDirect Mode Gateway
DMGDar Mustafa Group, LLC (Jordan; marketing)
DMGDidactique et Média pour Notre Génération (Morocco)
DMGDonald, Mickey and Goofy
DMGDeutschen Meteorologischen Gesellschaft eV (German Meteorological Society)
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It was the first competition car by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft to have a six-cylinder engine.
Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft, the precursor to Mercedes-Benz, introduced the 'Dernburg-Wagen', the world's first commercially available four-wheel drive vehicle, in 1907.
Just before Christmas 1900, a 35 horsepower automobile made by Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft was delivered to Emil Jellinek, a wealthy Austrian businessman who raced cars as a hobby.
At the beginning of the last century; Wilhelm Maybach was the technical director of Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft and a close associate of Gottlieb Daimler in developing the first Mercedes model.
The first Mercedes supplied by the Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG) on December 22, 1900, set the standards for the modern automobile with these components: elongated silhouette, low engine hood, and high performance.