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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All the residents of Samanabad, D-Type Colony, Madina Town, Peoples Colony, Allama Iqbal Colony and their adjacent localities have been asked
An ECP spokesman told here on Saturday that these stations were set up in dispensaries of Allama Iqbal Colony, Ansari Park, Samanabad, D-Type Colony, Sir Syed Town, People's Colony No.
Hollywood will race alongside four other classes of Jags including the E-type, D-type, C-type and the MkI/MkII saloons.
Among the special features this year will be a collection of eight Ecurie Ecosse models, including the Le Mans-winning D-Type and the team's famous transporter.
You'll also find information there about how you can get to drive historic Jaguars - including an E-Type and D-Type.
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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.
Jaguar's C and D-Type sports cars became legends, outshining even the Ferraris and Mercedes of the day.
Jaguar Heritage will also use its NEC stand to celebrate the 60th anniversary of its legendary Le Mans winning D-type and will be displaying the famous 'Shortnose' D-type, chassis number 561, loaned by Adam Lindemann.
It means people can get behind the wheel of models ranging from the E-Type and Le Mans racer D-Type to Jaguar's most potent sports car ever, the F-Type R Coupe.
Midland luxury car maker Jaguar brought vintage style to the Paris Motor Show to celebrate 60 years since the legendary D-Type sports car made its debut.