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TED

(1) See TED conference.

(2) (Traffic Engineering Database) A database that contains information about the topology and resources of network or network section (a traffic domain).

(3) (Triteal Enterprise Desktop) An earlier implementation of the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) user interface for Unix workstations from Triteal Corporation, Carlsbad, CA. TED included a variety of additional enhancements while conforming to CDE, which allowed it to run on all Unix computers. NTED provided access to applications on NT servers from within TED. Applications could be launched and files could be shared from both NT and Unix servers.
References in classic literature ?
She saw Ted fall, rise, fall again, and lie where he had fallen; and then she was aware that Tom was speaking.
She desired overwhelmingly that he should win, that he should not be hurt, that he should sweep triumphantly over Albert Parsons as he had swept over Ted Pringle.
Albert, moreover, was made of sterner stuff than Ted.
I--I've arranged it with Ted and Albert, and now I've come to explain to you, Joe.
Most observations and analyses focus on the educational quality of TED talks or the lack thereof.
Three years later, in 1887, Teddy and his second wife, Edith, had Ted.
In the late 1980s, the US government signed a public law that allowed the imports of shrimp from extractive fishing of foreign countries, being held constant inspections of the use of TED by the US government for the renewal of the export authorization.
Educators are also encouraged to build and contribute a lesson around a TED-Ed Original, TED Talk, or YouTube video.
When we were kids Ted brought us lucky bags I can't remember if Ted ever smoked "fags" The parties they had large gatherings and Ted's home brew I'm standing here and another gravedigger comes up too These men rally around our Ted's grave And keep it nice with flowers, Ted will be saved
Bear-faced |cheek: Ted 2 Ted's supermarket co-worker (Cocoa Brown) passes on a nugget of her wisdom: "You better have a baby or your marriage is over".
Sadly, the bear necessities of modern life don't stretch to a second film because Ted 2 is padded with as much fluff as the huggable hero.
Mark Wahlberg as John, Seth MacFarlane as the voice of Ted and Amanda Seyfried as Samantha