D-CLASS

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D-CLASSData Encapsulating Class
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Glotch and his students compared the mid-infrared spectra of Phobos glimpsed by the Mars Global Explorer to samples of a meteorite that fell to Earth near Tagish Lake, British Columbia, which some scientists have suggested is a fragment of a D-class asteroid, and other rock types.
A D-class lifeboat was launched from Redcar Lifeboat Station and crews conducted an area search.
A report indicates that all six of the Royal Navy's D-class destroyers are in harbour for refit or repairs.
Secretary RTA terming such roadside stands illegal informed that in 2015 the RTA has shutdown 190 such roadside stands, adding that, there are a total of 15 legal public transport stands in which 10 are D-class, one B-class and 4 are C-class.
The team observed that very poor quality vegetable and fruit and D-class vegetable items were being sold on high price.
The Coast Guard D-class inshore rescue boat was launched from Union Hall.
Importantly, NWI will have the same right as existing port users to access available D-Class ship movements, should its infrastructure capacity exceed 50Mtpa.
The automaker will be initially importing C-Class model in 2013, a D-Class model in 2014, and two models from Chrysler's C-Class and D-Class models.
They launched their Dorothy Selina lifeboat and D-class vessel just after 5.30pm on Thursday.
The Scud-B has a range of 300 kilometers, while the Scud-C has a range of 500 kilometers, and the D-class is estimated to have a range of 700 kilometers or more.
Currently I see many USPSA competitors using fiber optic front sights, at all levels from D-class to Grand Master.