What does d-pillar mean?

Definitions for d-pillar

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word d-pillar.

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  1. The vertical support dividing a car's rear windscreen from its rear window (where the car has a central side window between the front and rear side windows; see C-pillar).


  1. The numerical value of d-pillar in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. The numerical value of d-pillar in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of d-pillar in a Sentence

  1. His character energy is a lot different than the bouncy, Victor Sifuentes -- forget about the fabulous 27 years or something in between, he is a pillar of the legal community, not only because he's older, but also the types of cases that he's handled and the significance of his work in the community. It just spoke to me in terms of what his energy needs to be, at least on the outside, because TV's kind of fluid : different things can happen, but you need to feel like he's a rock.

  2. I think it's kind of been taken for granted, sleep health, sleep health is important enough that they want to consider it the third pillar of health that goes along with diet and exercise. The sleep kind of completes it.

  3. This is a pillar, not something that China set. It is universally recognized by the international community.

  4. The truckers' strike knocked down the last pillar of hope Temer's government had of electing a successor that will continue its policies, this climate of radicalization benefits the extremes.

  5. The European Commission wants a global solution to bring corporate taxation into the 21st century – and we believe the OECD's two-pillar approach is the right one.

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