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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.
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"To reflect Freddie's love of colourful stage and tv costumes, those attending are requested to wear either a red tie or red rose - that being the colour of his favourite and famous Teddy Boy jacket.
" Present at the event were Vice President Leni Robredo, Foreign Affairs Secretary Teddy Boy Locsin with his wife Louie, Japanese Ambassador Koji Haneda, Lizzie Zobel, Kit Zobel, Sofia Elizalde and Tingting Cojuangco, to name a few.
That Teddy Boy reference will help you pinpoint the date ...
The inside-forward with the Teddy Boy quiff showed he could make and score goals.
TEDDY boy suits and frocks were donned in Rhyl yesterday as rock 'n' roll musical Dreamboats And Petticoats comes to town.
It was the age of the teddy boy with his long drapes and velvet collars; the swirling skirts of the girls; new exciting music; new tastes and new fashions.
It was the age of the Teddy Boy; long drapes and velvet collars and swirling skirts of the girls, a new world, with exciting music, new tastes and new fashions.
Now the silver fox is having another go at the acting lark, this time as Welsh crooner Ron, an exbottle factory worker who used to be a Teddy boy.
TOM JONES wants to play a bad guy after making his acting debut playing an ageing teddy boy.
In particular I will examine the way in which the Teddy boy subculture was represented and how that compared with its representation in the mainstream media and other writing.
Emerging in 1953, Teddy Boy gangs became organized via their respective neighborhoods.