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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 the type of mind that Millbourne breeds, actions speak louder than words, and Ted Pringle, who had gaped, gaped no more.
I cannot help feeling a little sorry for Ted Pringle.
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. Though now a peaceful tender of cows, there had been a time in his hot youth when, travelling with a circus, he had fought, week in, week out, relays of just such rustic warriors as Tom.
I--I've arranged it with Ted and Albert, and now I've come to explain to you, Joe.'
In the 1970s the reduction in sea turtle populations mobilized scientists of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to study the feasibility of modifying shrimp trawls in order to develop a way for sea turtles to escape as soon as they entered the net, without reducing shrimp catch, which became known as the turtle excluder device (TED) (Skaggs, 1990).
Current-powered sensors detect a reversed current flow and produce TEDS information on the power line.
Model 400A75, a TEDS PDA, has the full functionality of a standard Palm unit.
Unfortunately for connections of the other finalists, Teds Jo found the draw no handicap, and a slick exit soon saw him in command.
The new computer model is the first to take into account the differing effects of TEDs on the survival of loggerhead turtles of various ages and sizes, says Selina Heppell, a biologist at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.