D-type

D-type

1. <hardware> A type of computer peripheral connector so named because one side is shorter (with one less pin) than the other giving a (squarish) "D" shape. The connectors have two rows of pins (or holes). Common types are 25-way (13+12 pins) and 9-way (5+4 pins). They are often used for serial lines, especially EIA-232.
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Production has begun on the Jaguar Classic D-Type, a continuation of the race-winning sports car that the marque stopped producing in 1956.
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The stock shaft for the M3 D-Type is a Matrix Platinum White Tie.
In opening match, Government Degree College for Women D-Type Colony beat Government Islamia College for Women Faisalabad by 3-0 goals.
Auto Business News-February 12, 2018--Jaguar plans to produce limited run of D-Type race cars
Jaguar Classic is re-starting production of the iconic D-type race car in Coventry, 62 years after the last example was built in 1956.
Jaguar Classic is restarting production of the brand's iconic Jaguar D-Type race car 62 years after the last example was built in 1956.
Police conducted an operation in the area of D-type and recovered 4 years child who was kidnapped for ransom a few days before.
The red D-Type sports racer was sent to Jaguar-Rover dealer Henlys of Manchester after leaving the production line in Coventry in December 1955.
This was a road-going version of the 1950s D-Type racing car, which was famously a favourite of Steve McQueen.
This was a road-going version of the 1950s D-Type racing car which was famously a favourite of Steve McQueen.
Cambridge firm Lister wowed the world in the 50s with one of the most competitive racing cars of the era which used an engine taken from the awesomly quick Jaguar D-type.