Models

Some articles on models, model:

IBM Personal System/2 - Technology - Models
... At launch, the PS/2 family comprised the Model 30, 50, 60 and 80 the Model 25 was launched a few months later ... The PS/2 Models 25 and 30 (IBM 8525 and 8530 respectively) were ISA-based (in other words, essentially IBM PC-like systems in a different form factor) systems ... These machines also differed from other PS/2 models in having 720k floppy disk drives, an ST506-compatible hard drive controller and MCGA graphics ...
BlackBerry - History
... device had a monochrome display, but all current models have color displays ... All models, except for the Storm series and the all-touch Torch 9850/9860 have a built-in QWERTY keyboard, optimized for "thumbing", the use of only the thumbs to type ... Models made to use iDEN networks such as Nextel and Mike also incorporate a push-to-talk (PTT) feature, similar to a two-way radio ...
Peugeot - History - Post World War II
... A popular model introduced in 1955 was the Peugeot 403 ... it sold one million copies by the end of its production run in 1962, More models followed, many styled by Pininfarina such as the 504, one of Peugeot's most distinctive ... Several Peugeot models were assembled in Australia, commencing with the 203 in 1953 ...
Sport Utility Vehicle - Luxury SUV
... automatic transmission, and luxury car trim and equipment in a serious off-road model ... adding comfort features to their rudimentary and truck-based models ... The production of luxury models increased in the late-1990s with vehicles such as the Lincoln Navigator and Cadillac Escalade ...
List Of Dodge Automobiles - Vans and SUVs - United States Models
... vans and SUVs, including many of these same models, have been sold overseas as well ... in regards to medium- and heavy-duty models ... For specifically foreign-market models (designed by Chrysler Europe, etc.), see below ...

Famous quotes containing the word models:

    Today it is not the classroom nor the classics which are the repositories of models of eloquence, but the ad agencies.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    The greatest and truest models for all orators ... is Demosthenes. One who has not studied deeply and constantly all the great speeches of the great Athenian, is not prepared to speak in public. Only as the constant companion of Demosthenes, Burke, Fox, Canning and Webster, can we hope to become orators.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    ... your problem is your role models were models.
    Jane Wagner (b. 1935)