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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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Other demanding works have included the high-adrenaline Arden Court and the bestial, tuxedoed quartet in Cloven Kingdom.
Ladies had fun dancing with the tuxedoed ballroom dance instructor, while Miss San Diego and her Court invited male residents for a dance.
The key threat to the penguins is diminishing sea ice, an essential platform on which the tall, tuxedoed birds breed, feed, and molt.
The revealing bespoke dresses, the champagne-wielding tuxedoed hooray henrys, the extravagantly painted faces, the idiotic counting up to 12, not to mention the heads dangling dangerously outside the tooting car windows--a health hazard not only to themselves but to others.
I was rescued when tuxedoed butlers came to take us into the next room for breakfast, revealing an ornate dining table opposite a crowded buffet, all framed by giant abstract paintings and two huge silver candlesticks like in a scene from The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie.
There is an ingenious scene in which Bond is one of thousands of tuxedoed types at the opera, eavesdropping on the secret long-distance pow-wow the villains are having through special earpieces: 007 finds a droll way of getting them to reveal themselves so he can take covert photographs on his mobile phone.
The original idea was to dress the waitresses in negligees but it was changed to adopt the outfit of Playboy's symbol, the tuxedoed rabbit.
The groom's table was dressed in custom French ivory damask linens and featured a three-tiered red velvet cake with cream cheese icing covered with chocolate icing and embellished with tuxedoed strawberries and chocolate curls.
He explains in detail how, for instance, Lon Cheney's 1925 version of the Phantom eases away from the "underground horror" of Leroux's tale and becomes instead "a tuxedoed and diseased quasi aristocrat, and all-too 'old world' European, made more decadent French by his resemblance to Toulouse-Lautrec's 1893 poster-portrait of the chanteur Aristide Bruant, especially with the black cape and broad-brimmed hat that his and later productions clearly adapt from that poster" (143).
TEN years ago Irish actor Pierce Brosnan risked being typecast as suave tuxedoed James Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies.