Baldwin I 1058-1118. King of Jerusalem (1100-1118) who was appointed to the throne after taking part in the First Crusade (1096-1099).
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
The three-pin sight, for example, has pins that are .029, .019, and .10 inch diameter.
Other features include a micro push-button LED light (illegal in some states – check first!), a lightweight housing, and a large circular field of view. $89 for the three-pin, $99 for the five-pin.
He uses rows of three-pin sockets plugged into a diesel generator.
Some would fight for the three-pin plug; others say that we lost everything that mattered when Kit Kats changed their wrappers.
It's easy to turn a four-layer p-n-p-n device on, but a true three-pin SCR AKA thyristor requires specific design for gate-controlled turn-off.