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Tuxedo

(database, networking)
Cross-platform distributed transaction monitor middleware marketed by BEA systems. Tuxedo supports the production of scalable client-server applications and the coordination of transactions spanning heterogeneous databases, operating systems, and hardware.

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The dinner jacket first appeared 119 years ago this month on the back of Griswold Lorillard at the Autumn Ball of the Tuxedo Club in New York State.
Today I only seem to see youngsters wearing dinner jackets (DJs) - or the more fashionable American tuxedos - at weddings or "Hooray" bashes.
First known as a Homburg jacket, then in 1888 a dress lounge, in 1896 it became the dinner jacket and at the turn of the century we Brits adopted the American phrase tuxedo.
Photographs of Sunday's nuptials in Malibu showed the star of the film The Wedding Singer in a black dinner jacket and Titone dressed in a revealing white gown with spaghetti straps.
He even wore a "knackered" 25-year-old dinner jacket to pick up his Best Screenplay award last week.
Former 007 Moore, wearing a dinner jacket, arrived with his partner Christina 'Kiki' Tholstrup dressed in a long floral blue dress with sheer sleeves.
And a suave 007 having his advances spurned by a mysterious blonde with the words "Ooh, Mr Bond, your dinner jacket don't half stink" is certainly not sophisticated.
Hall says the ivory shawl-collared dinner jacket associated with the film ``Casablanca'' is very hip again.
With her hair dressed down, Kate appeared relaxed and William looked smart in a dinner jacket and bow-tie.
Film star Adam Sandler married model-actress Jackie Titone in a California outdoor ceremony that was attended by celebrity friends and his pet bulldog, Meatball, dressed in a dinner jacket.
Sandler's dog, Meatball, appears in one photo wearing a black dinner jacket and a white yarmulke.
Rod stood out in a black dinner jacket and yellow waistcoat and tie.