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Abbreviation for double-stranded.

DS

Abbrev. for Doctor of surgery.

ds

abbrev. double-stranded (see NUCLEIC ACIDS).

ds

double-stranded; used in reference to nucleic acid.
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The BlueHDi 120 engine is the most economical unit in the DS4 range and its returns are hardly affected if you choose the EAT6 automatic version.
fast facts MODEL: Citroen DS4 DSport HDi 160 Auto PRICE: PS25,030 MECHANICAL: 163bhp, 1997cc, 4cyl diesel engine driving front wheels via a 6-speed automatic gearbox MAX SPEED: 129mph 0?
0-litre four cylinder turbo diesel engine with a sharply responsive automatic six-speed torque-converter the DS4 does introduce a sense of urgency to the proceedings while on the tarmac.
The Citroen DS3 Cabrio, top, DS4, left, and DS5, above, are designed to tempt a wide range of customers
5 seconds, my DS4 DSport THP 200 was definitely no slouch, which is not surprising when you realise it uses the same engine as the MINI Cooper S.
In fact, as often happens in our world of high-tech cars, a faulty sensor was identified as the cause by the local dealer and a 90-minute sensor replacement soon restored the DS4 back to full health.
For instance coupes usually have three doors, the DS4 has five but looks like there are only three thanks to the concealed openings at the rear.
After initial trials with PSA Peugeot Citroen, the parent company of the Citroen DS4, a model was produced using Interpon A 5000.
The DS4 is the grown-up version of the DS3, and is aimed at a completely different age group.
Together with the keywords allowing the advertising to appear in relevant content, ensures that the New Citroen DS4 campaign will be seen by the target audience.
In fact, the DS4 is so on the money with its cosmopolitan attitude that it might even be too risque for the conservative French.
Now comes the larger DS4, which has already been voted the Most Beautiful Car of the Year according to a competition which drew together the opinions of over 60,000 car enthusiasts from 62 countries worldwide.