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Television news music Television news music are used by television stations to brand their news operations. Each television station uses an identifiable news theme; some themes are used by multiple stations while others are composed specifically for a certain station.
Television Newsreel Television Newsreel was a British television programme, the first regular news programme to be made in the UK. Produced by the BBC and screened on the BBC Television Service from 1948 to 1954, it adapted the traditional cinema newsreel form for the television audience, covering news and current affairs stories as well as quirkier 'human interest' items, sports and cultural events.
Television of Quebec Quebec television is an important part of the culture of the province of Quebec in Canada. The prime-time French-language tĂ©lĂ©romans (soap operas/TV dramas) constitute one of the core cultural elements of Quebec which is shared by nearly all the citizens of the province regardless of their social status or their education.
Television producer The primary role of a television producer is to coordinate and control all aspects of production, ranging from show idea development and cast hiring to shoot supervision and fact-checking. It is often the producer who is responsible for the show's overall quality and survivability, though the roles depend on the particular show or organization.
Television production companies of New Zealand New Zealand has a quite large TV industry, producing programs for the local market, and some for the international market. Most TV production in New Zealand is centred around Auckland and Wellington, but smaller companies exist in many other towns and cities.
Television Parts Television Parts (also known as Michael Nesmith in Television Parts) was a summer TV series run by NBC in 1983. It was a 30-minute comedy-variety series created by Michael Nesmith as a sort of continuation of his Grammy Award-winning video production Elephant Parts.
Television receive-only Television receive-only, or TVRO is a term used in North America to refer to the reception of satellite television from FSS-type satellites, generally on C-band analogue; free-to-air and unconnected to a commercial DBS provider. TVRO systems rely on feeds being transmitted unencrypted and using open-standards, which heavily contrasts to DBS systems in the region.
Television station A television station is a type of broadcast station that broadcasts both audio and video to television receivers in a particular area. Traditionally, TV stations made their broadcasts by sending specially-encoded radio signals over the air, called terrestrial television.
Television studies Television studies is an academic discipline that deals with critical approaches to television. Usually, it is distinguished from mass-communication research, which tends to approach the topic from an empirical perspective.
Television studio A television studio is an installation in which television or video productions take place, either for live television, for recording live to tape, or for the acquisition of raw footage for postproduction. The design of a studio is similar to, and derived from, movie studios, with a few amendments for the special requirements of television production.
Television syndication In the television industry (as in radio), syndication is the sale of the right to broadcast programs to multiple stations, without going through a broadcast network. It is common in countries where television is organized around networks with local affiliates, notably the United States.
Television South TVS Entertainment plc, or Television South, was the ITV franchise holder in the south and south-east of England which replaced its predecessor, Southern Television on the morning of 1 January 1982. (The company was referred to on air as "Television South" from 1985 to 1987, but as "TVS" before and after those dates.
Television South West Television South West (TSW) was the ITV franchise holder for the South West England region from 1 January 1982 until 31 December 1992, broadcasting from the former Westward Television studios in Plymouth, Devon.
Television Sydney TVS (Television Sydney) is a free-to-air community television station broadcasting in Sydney, Australia, on UHF channel 31. After several previous failures it is the latest of various attempts to create a viable community based channel in Sydney.
Television timeout A television timeout (or TV timeout) is a break in a sporting event to allow commercials to be shown. This has the advantage of allowing the networks to air commercials without causing viewers to miss part of the action.
Television Wales and the West Television Wales and the WestIdent (Transdiffusion Broadcasting System / Electromusications), accessed 19 August 2006Royal Television Society, accessed 19 August 2006 (TWW) was the British "Independent Television" (commercial television) contractor for the franchise area serving 'South Wales and West of England' 1956-1968 (franchise awarded October 26, 1956, started transmissions on January 14, 1958).
Television Without Pity Television Without Pity (often abbreviated TWoP) is a website that provides detailed [of certain television drama]s and [[Reality television|reality TV shows, often by mocking them, as well as forums in which members can discuss myriad television related topics. The site began by recapping the television show Dawson's Creek and was originally called Dawson's Wrap; later it broadened its scope and changed names to Mighty Big TV before settling on the current moniker.
Television X Television X is an adult television channel in the UK. It formed in June 1995 and has since expanded into three separate channels: Television X features UK made pornographic shows, including works by Ben Dover and Anna Span; Television X 2 shows tapes sent in by viewers; and Television X 3 shows adult movies, at one time including Debbie Does Dallas and Deep Throat.
Telex (band) The Belgian pop group Telex was formed in 1978 by Marc Moulin, Dan Lacksman and Michel Moers, as a kind of elaborate joke. Mixing the aesthetics of disco, punk and experimental electronic music, they released a stripped-down synthesized cover version of "Twist Ă St.
Telex (IME) Telex is a convention for writing Vietnamese using ASCII characters commonly found on computer keyboard layouts. Because the Vietnamese alphabet uses a complex system of diacritical marks, Telex requires the user to type in a base letter, followed by one or two characters that represent the diacritical marks:
Telex Communications Telex Communications is a Burnsville, Minnesota-based manufacturer of hearing aids and audio equipment. Founded in 1936 as a maker of hearing aids, it merged in 1998 with Electro-Voice, a competitor founded in 1930 which provided John Glenn's microphone during his orbit of earth in 1962.
Telexistence Telexistence is fundamentally a concept named for the general technology that enables a human being to have a real-time sensation of being at a place other than where he or she actually exists, and being able to interact with the remote environment, which may be real, virtual, or a combination of both. It also refers to an advanced type of teleoperation system that enables an operator at the control to perform remote tasks dexterously with the feeling of existing in a surrogate robot working in a remote environment.
Telezygology Telezygology is the science of remote fastening ... the term collectively describes proprietary enabling technology that allow you to control fasteners at a distance without tools, and without physical contact.
TeleZĂĽri TeleZĂĽri is a local television channel for the city and agglomeration of ZĂĽrich, Switzerland. It was founded by Roger Schawinski, a pioneer of local radio, but now it is owned by Tamedia, which also publishes the Tages-Anzeiger, one of the most important Swiss newspapers.
Telford Garden Telford Garden (ĺľ·ç¦ŹčŠ±ĺś’) is a private housing estate located beside Kowloon Bay Station of MTR, Ngau Tau Kok, Hong Kong. It was the very first property project developed by MTR and the residential buildings were completed in around 1980 - 1981.
Telford Raiders Telford Raiders RLFC are a rugby league club based in the town of Telford in Shropshire, England. Their first team plays in the Rugby League Conference and they have a development team in the Midlands RL Merit League as well as an active junior development program.
Telgte Pilgrimage The pilgrimage from OsnabrĂĽck to Telgte takes place since 1852 on the second sunday after the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul; it is known as Telgte pilgrimage ("Telgter Wallfahrt") or OsnabrĂĽck pilgrimage ("OsnabrĂĽcker Wallfahrt (nach Telgte)").
Telchac Puerto This port town is located about one hour north east of the City of Merida (65 kilometers) and 30 minutes from Progreso, making it just far enough away from the denser population areas so that it maintains a laid-back feeling.
Telchuria Telchuria is an ice-covered continent at the north pole of Oerth, home to the World of Greyhawk campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game. It is one of the planet's four continents, the others being Oerik, Hepmonaland, and an as-yet unnamed fourth continent on the opposite side of the Oerth from the Flanaess.
TeliaSonera TeliaSonera AB is the dominant telephone company and mobile network operator in Sweden and Finland, and is also active in other countries in Northern and Eastern Europe, with a total (2004) of 26 million customers, 29,082 employees, sales of 81,937 million Swedish kronor, and profit of 12,964 million SEK. It is headquartered in Stockholm and its stocks are traded on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and on the Helsinki Stock Exchange.
Telicity In linguistics, telicity is the property of a verb or verb phrase that presents an action or event as being complete in some sense. A verb or verb phrase with this property is said to be telic, while a verb or verb phrase that presents an action or event as being incomplete is said to be atelic.
Telicota ancilla Telicota ancilla, commonly known as the Dark Palm Dart, is a butterfly belonging to the family Hesperiidae. These species form a complex and exact species identity can only be determined by examination of the genitalia.
Teliko "Teliko" is the third episode of the fourth season of The X-Files. The mysterious deaths of several African-American men, whose skin color has turned white sends Mulder on a quest into African folklore.
Tell Tell or tall (, tall, and , tel), meaning "hill" or "mound", is a type of archaeological site in the form of an earthen mound that results from the accumulation and subsequent erosion of material deposited by human occupation over long periods of time. A tell mostly consists of mudbrick or other architecture containing a high proportion of stone or loam as well as to a minor extent domestic refuse.
Tell (poker) In poker, a tell is a detectable change in a player's behavior or demeanor that gives clues to that player's assessment of their hand. Behaviors that may exhibit tells include leaning forward or back, placing chips with more or less force, fidgeting, changes in breathing or tone of voice, facial expressions, direction of gaze or actions with the cards, chips and any cigarettes or drinks.
Tell All Your Friends Tell All Your Friends is Taking Back Sunday's 2002 Victory Records debut. It spawned the singles "You're So Last Summer", "Great Romances Of The 20th Century" and "Cute Without The 'E' (Cut From The Team)" which had a Fight Club inspired video.
Tell All Your Friends Promo Tell All Your Friends Promo was promo from Taking Back Sunday that was released to congratulate the release of Tell All Your Friends. Twenty four copies were made and given to each band member and staff at Victory Records.
Tell Atlas The Tell Atlas () is a mountain chain over 1,500 kilometers in length, belonging to the Atlas mountain ranges in North Africa, stretching from Morocco, through Algeria to Tunisia. It parallels the Mediterranean coast.
Tell el Fakhariya Tell el Fakhariya, or Tell el Fecheriyeh with variants, is an ancient site in the Khabur River basin in the Al Hasakah Governorate of northern Syria. It is the alleged site of Washukanni, the capital of Mitanni.
Tell el-Hesi Tell el-Hesi is an archaeological site in Israel. It was the first major site excavated in Palestine, first by Flinders Petrie in 1890 and later by Frederick Jones Bliss in 1891 and 1892, both sponsored by the Palestine Exploration Fund.
Tell es-Safi Tell es-Safi or Tel Zafit is usually identified as Gath, one of the ancient Canaanite and Philistine five cities (along with Gaza, Ekron, Ashkelon, and Ashdod), an identification that is well-based both on the historical sources related to this site and the archaeological evidence from the site. It is a large multi-period site (ancient mound: Tell) that is located in central Israel, approximately half way between Jerusalem and Ashkelon, on the border between the southern Coastal Plain of Israel and the Judean foothills.
Tell Halaf Tell Halaf is an archaeological site in the Al Hasakah governorate of northeastern Syria, near the Turkish border. It was the first find of a Neolithic culture, subsequently dubbed the Halafian culture, characterized by glazed pottery painted with geometric and animal designs.
Tell Hammeh Tell Hammeh (Arabic:ŘŞŮ€Ů„ ŘŮ€Ů…Ů€Ů‡)is a relatively small tell in the central Jordan Valley, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, located where the Zarqa river valley opens into the Jordan Valley. It is close to several of the larger tells in this part of the Jordan Valley (e.
Tell It to My Heart (song) "Tell It To My Heart" was the debut single from dance-pop vocalist Taylor Dayne's debut album of the same name, release in late 1987. The single was Dayne's first major exposure, and she soon became known for her up-tempo, dance-oriented music, showcasing her extraordinary range and flamboyant style of delivery.
Tell Mar Elias Tell Mar Elias is a hill (Tell) in the Ajlun region of North Jordan. The site, north-west of Ajlun, has long been identified with Tishbe, mentioned in the Bible as the hometown or region of the Prophet Elijah (Elias, in Arabic).
Tell Me Baby "Tell Me Baby" is a song from the Red Hot Chili Peppers 2006 double album, Stadium Arcadium. The song incorporates both the old funk sound from their Blood Sugar Sex Magik days and the new, more melodic sound found on the more recent Chili Peppers albums.
Tell Me Do You Miss Me Tell Me Do You Miss Me is a 2006 documentary that chronicles the final tour of New York indie rock band Luna. It premiered at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival, and was released on Rhino Home Video on 06 June 2006.
Tell Me Something Tell Me Something (Korean: í…” ëŻ¸ ěŤ¸ë”©) is a 1999 South Korean film, promoted as a "hard-core" thriller, about a serial killer. It was an early South Korean film to find success abroad as part of the Korean Wave, and was selected to appear in the 2001 New York Korean Film Festival.
Tell Me Why (Jann Browne album) Tell Me Why is the dĂ©but album by country music artist Jann Browne. Three singles from the album rose to positions on the Billboard Country Singles charts: "You Ain't Down Home" at #19, "Tell Me Why" at #18, and "Louisville" at #75.
Tell Me Why (The Riddle) "Tell Me Why (The Riddle)" was a single released by Paul van Dyk in collaboration with the English indie dance band Saint Etienne, with Sarah Cracknell of the group on vocals. A music video was made along with the song that can be found on the Global DVD.
Tell the Truth In this third track of the The Roar of Love album, we see Lucy disappointed with Edmund because he went to Narnia and saw the Witch, but lied about it so her siblings would'n believe her. In this song we see a strong blend between the Witch character and Satan.
Tell Taylor Tell Taylor (October 14, 1876 - November 24, 1937) was a United States songwriter. By far his biggest hit was "Down by the Old Mill Stream" from 1910, one of the most commercially successful Tin Pan Alley publications of the era.
Tell Tweini Tell Tweini is an archaeological site located 2 kilometers east of the modern city of Jebleh, Syria. It is situated within the coastal plain of Jebleh within short distance of Tell Sukas (5km) and Tell Siyannu (6km).
Tellem The Tellem were the people who inhabited the Bandiagara Escarpment but were forced out by the arrival of the Dogon people around the 14th century. The Tellem built dwellings right into the face of the escarpment and many are still visible in the area.
Teller assist unit A Teller Assist Unit (TAU) is a device that is used in retail banking for the disbursement of money at a Bank teller wicket or a centralized area. Other areas of application of TAU include the automation of starting and reconciling teller or cashier drawers (tills) in retail, check cashing, payday loan / advance, grocery and casino operations.
Teller Amendment The Teller Amendment was an amendment to a joint resolution of the United States Congress, enacted on April 19, 1898, which led to the Spanish-American War, which stated that when the United States defeated the Spanish Occupants in Cuba, (freeing Cuba from their control) it would give the Cubans their freedom and independent control of their affairs. (And not annex it to the United States)
Teller mine The Teller mine was a German-made explosive common in World War II. Equipped with a built-in carrying handle, the mine was a plate-shaped (Teller is the German word for plate) device used for anti-tank warfare.
Teller-Ulam design The Tellerâ€“Ulam design (sometimes Ulamâ€“Teller) is a nuclear weapon design which is used in megaton-range thermonuclear weapons, and is more colloquially referred to as "the secret of the hydrogen bomb". It is named after two of its chief contributors, Hungarian physicist Edward Teller and Polish mathematician StanisĹ‚aw Ulam, who developed the design in 1951.
Tellermine 43 The Tellermine 43 (sometimes "Mushroom") was a German circular steel cased anti-tank blast mine used during the Second World War. It is a simplified version of the Tellermine 42, which enabled simpler production techniques.
Tellico Reservoir Tellico Reservoir, also known as Tellico Lake, is an artificial lake in Tennessee, created by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) in 1979 upon the completion of Tellico Dam. The dam impounds the Little Tennessee River and the lower Tellico River.
Tellico River The Tellico River rises in the westernmost mountains of North Carolina, but it flows mainly through Monroe County, Tennessee. It is a major tributary of the Little Tennessee River and the namesake of Tellico Reservoir, a reservoir created by Tellico Dam, which impounds the lower reaches of the Tellico River and the Little Tennessee River and was famous during the 1970s for the snail darter controversy.
Telling Me Lies "Telling Me Lies" was a song written by Linda Thompson and Betsy Cook, that was included on Thompson's 1985 One Clear Moment album (her first solo album, after divorcing husband and former collaborator Richard Thompson). A more famous recording of the song, however, was Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris' cover of the song, which they included on their Trio album in 1987.
Telling Secrets to Strangers Telling Secrets to Strangers is the first full-length record by rock band Self Against City, released on January 9 2007 via Drive-Thru Records. Predeceded by the self-produced EP Take It How You Want It (2005), the album marks the first time the band worked with a record producer.
Tellinger Michael Tellinger is one of the finest songwriters to come out of the South African music scene during the Apartheid years. His "We come from Johannesburg" in 1986 was a nine-minute anti-apartheid epic.
Tellis Frank Tellis Joseph Frank Jr. (born April 26 1965 in Gary, Indiana) is an American former professional basketball player who was selected by the Golden State Warriors in the 1st round (14th overall pick) in the 1987 NBA Draft from Western Kentucky University.
Tellius Tellius is the fictional continent in which the Nintendo strategy role-playing game Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance takes place, and is also the setting of the upcoming Fire Emblem: The Goddess of Dawn for Nintendo's Wii console. Tellius is home to the human, or beorc tribe, and the animal shapeshifters, the laguz.
Telltale Games Telltale Games is a video game developer based in San Rafael, California and founded in June 2004. It was created by a group of former LucasArts employees who had been working on Sam & Max Freelance Police, a sequel to the 1993 game Sam & Max Hit the Road, prior to its cancellation on March 3, 2004.
Telluric current A telluric current (from Latin tellĹ«s, "earth") is an electrical current which moves underground or through the sea. Telluric currents result from both natural causes and human activity, and the discrete currents interact in a complex pattern.
Telluric Chaos Telluric Chaos is a live album by the reunited Iggy Pop & The Stooges. The album chronicles the closing date of the band's first ever Japanese tour, which took place on March 22, 2004 at the Shibuya Axe in Tokyo, Japan.
Telluride Association The Telluride Association is a non-profit organization in the United States that provides young people with free educational programs emphasizing intellectual curiosity, democratic self-governance, and social responsibility. Students are invited to apply based on academic criteria, such as high standarized test scores.
Telluride Film Festival The Telluride Film Festival was started in 1974 by Bill and Stella Pence, Tom Luddy and Jim Card in the town of Telluride, Colorado. It is operated by the National Film Preserve, LTD a non-profit organization based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Telluride Institute The Telluride Institute, also known as the TI, was founded in 1984 in the resort town of Telluride, Colorado, by John Lifton, Pamela Zoline, John Clute, John Naisbitt and Patricia Aburdene, authors of the Megatrends books, and Amory and Hunter Lovins of the Rocky Mountain Institute.
Telluride, Colorado Telluride is a town in San Miguel County in southwestern Colorado on the San Miguel River on the west side of the San Juan Mountains. The population was 2,221 at the 2000 census, and the town is the county seat of San Miguel County.
Tellurite Tellurite can refer to the mineral composed of tellurium dioxide (TeO2), or to the tellurite ion (TeO32-). Potassium tellurite (K2TeO3)is used together with agar as part of a selective medium for growth of some bacteria (Clauberg medium).
Telly Addicts Telly Addicts was a game show which ran from 1985 to 1998 on BBC1, hosted by Noel Edmonds. All questions were on television programmes past and present, and generally took the form of a short clip being shown followed by a series of questions either specifically about the clip or more generally about the programme from which it had been taken.
Telly Savalas Telly Savalas (January 21, 1924 â€“ January 22, 1994) was an Emmy Award-winning American film and television actor whose career spanned four decades. He was nominated for an Oscar in 1963 for his supporting role in Birdman of Alcatraz.
Telma Monteiro Telma Monteiro (Almada, 27 December, 1985) is a Portuguese judoka. She is the current European under-52 kg champion â€” senior (Tampere, 2006) and under-23 (Moscow, 2006) â€” and world ranking leader in the same weight category.
Telmessos Telmessos (or Telmessus), later Anastasiopolis, then Makri/Macre was the largest city in Lycia, near the Carian border, and is sometimes confused with Telmessos in Caria. The well-protected harbor of Telmessos is separated from the Gulf of Telmessos by an island.
Telnor Telnor, or TelĂ©fonos del Noroeste ("Telephones of the Northwest") is a company providing telephone and internet services since 1981 (DSL through Prodigy and T1). It operates in the Mexican states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Sonora, and Sinaloa.
Telnyashka A telnyashka is a blue and white striped, sleeveless or not, undershirt worn by sailors of the Russian Navy, Russian Paratroopers and Naval Infantry. It is a symbol of great pride for its bearers, perhaps best exemplified by the famed Soviet sniper Vassili Zaitsev.
Telo Telo is one of the 77 woredas in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' Region of Ethiopia. A triangle-shaped district of the Keficho Shekicho Zone, Telo is bordered on the on the west by Decha, at the northwest point by Ginbo, on the north by
Telogen effluvium Telogen Effluvium is characterized by sudden, diffuse hair loss caused by an interruption in the normal hair growth cycle. This interruption is often the result of trauma, such as chemotherapy, childbirth, puberty, major surgery, severe stress, and severe chronic illness.
Teloch De Oiad Teloch De Oiad (voiced by Cynthia Benette) is the main character from the anime series Dev Empire, which ran on Cartoon Network's Toonami block from 2004 to 2005. Teloch is mostly known for his transformation sequence into "Mysterious Sailor Hero Blue", in which there is a short glimpse of her nipple.
Telok Ayer Telok Ayer is a historic district located in Singapore's Chinatown within the Central Business District, straddling the Outram Planning Area and the Downtown Core under the Urban Redevelopment Authority's urban planning zones.
Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church (Chinese: ĺŤ«ç†ĺ…¬äĽšç›´č˝äşšé€¸ç¤Ľć‹śĺ ‚) is a Chinese Annual Conference Methodist church in Singapore, with two locations, one (TA1) that is located along Telok Ayer Street near Chinatown in the Downtown Core, in Singapore's central business district and the other at Telok Blangah Road known as TA2. The main church building was completed in 1924 and its Telok Blangah church building in 2004.
Telok Ayer Market Telok Ayer Market (Chinese: ç›´č˝äşšé€¸ĺ·´ĺą), also known colloquially as Lau Pa Sat ("old market"; č€ĺ·´ĺą), is a historic building in Singapore, and is located in Downtown Core within the Central Area, Singapore's central business district. It is currently a food centre.
Telok Blangah Telok Blangah is a district in Singapore to the south-west of the Central Business District in the southern part of the island. It is part of the Bukit Merah Planning Area, an urban planning zone under the Urban Redevelopment Authority.
Telok Kurau Primary School Telok Kurau Primary School is a government primary school located at part Bedok Resovoir Road in Bedok, Singapore. The school which was founded on September 6 1926 as Telok Kurau English School, was attended by Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew and Malaysia's late Prime Minister Tun Hussein Onn in its early years.
Telokhranitel Telokhranitel (Đ˘ĐµĐ»ĐľŃ…Ń€Đ°Đ˝Đ¸Ń‚ĐµĐ»ŃŚ), or The Bodyguard in its English title, is a 1979 Soviet film released by Tadjikfilm. It is one of the best known of the Red Westerns and directed by the veteran feature and documentary maker, Ali Khamraev.
Telomerase Telomerase is an enzyme that adds specific DNA sequence repeats ("TTAGGG" in all vertebrates) to the 3' ("three prime") end of DNA strands in the telomere regions, which are found at the ends of eukaryotic chromosomes. The telomeres contain condensed DNA material, giving stability to the chromosomes.
Telomere A telomere is a region of highly repetitive DNA at the end of a linear chromosome that functions as a disposable buffer. Every time linear eukaryotic chromosomes are replicated during late S-phase the DNA polymerase complex is incapable of replicating all the way to the end of the chromosome; if it were not for telomeres, this would quickly result in the loss of vital genetic information, which is needed to sustain a cell's activities.
Telonemia Telonemia are a phylum of microscopic eukaryote, single-celled organisms.They are protist]s and are suggested to have [[evolutionary significance in being a possible missing link between ecologically important heterotrophic and photosynthetic species.
Telophase Telophase (sometimes spelled telephase) is a stage in either meiosis or mitosis in a eukaryotic cell reversing the effects of prophase and prometaphase events. During those events, the nucleus was dissolved and the chromatin in the cell was condensed into chromosomes.
Telos (philosophy) A telos (from the Greek word for "end", "purpose", or "goal," pronounced TEE-los) is an end or purpose, in a fairly constrained sense used by philosophers such as Aristotle. It is the root of the term "teleology," roughly the study of purposiveness, or the study of objects with a view to their aims, purposes, or intentions.
Telos Doctor Who novellas The Telos Doctor Who novellas were a series of tie-in novellas based on the long-running BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who, officially licensed by the BBC and published by Telos Publishing Ltd. Like all Doctor Who spin-off media, their canonicity in relation to the television series is unclear.
Telouet Telouet is a Kasbah along the former route of the karavans from the Sahara over the Atlas mountains to Marrakech. It lies at 1800 m height and was the last residence of the last pasha of Marrakesh T'hami El Glaoui.
TelPay TelPay Incorporated is Canada's largest independent electronic payment processor serving more than 250 financial institutions and thousands of businesses and consumers. Moving 20 million payments worth $8 billion annually, TelPay enables financial institutions, businesses, and personal users to make electonic bill payments to anyone, anywhere in Canada.
Telscombe Telscombe is a town in the Lewes District of East Sussex, England. The village on the South Downs is located six miles (10km) south of Lewes; the ancient ecclesiastical parish had a coastal frontage between those of Rottingdean and Piddinghoe, now much taken up by modern housing development, particularly Saltdean, and Peacehaven, including Telscombe Cliffs, within the civil parish.
Telshe yeshiva Telshe yeshiva was a famous Eastern European yeshiva (Talmudical school) now known as the Rabbinical College of Telshe (commonly referred to as Telz Yeshiva, Telz, Telshe.) It is one of the most famous Haredi Jewish institutions of Torah study, with roots in the history of Lithuanian Jewry.