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n. 1 edition 2 editor 3 education (qualifier: uncountable)

Ed (text editor)

ed is a line editor for the Unix operating system. It was one of the first parts of the Unix operating system that were developed, in August 1969. It remains part of the POSIX and Open Group standards for Unix-based operating systems, alongside more sophisticated full-screen editors such as vi.

Ed (TV series)

Ed is an NBC television program co-produced by David Letterman's Worldwide Pants Incorporated, NBC Productions and Viacom Productions that aired from 2000 to 2004. The hour-long comedy-drama starred Tom Cavanagh as Edward Jeremy Stevens, the title character, Julie Bowen as his love interest Carol Phyllis Vessey, Josh Randall as his friend Dr. Mike Burton, Jana Marie Hupp as Mike's wife Nancy, Lesley Boone as their friend Molly Hudson, and Justin Long as awkward high-school student Warren Cheswick. Other supporting cast members included Michael Genadry and Ginnifer Goodwin as Warren's friends Mark and Diane, and Michael Ian Black, Mike Starr, Rachel Cronin, and (later) Daryl Mitchell as the employees of Stuckeybowl, Ed's bowling alley. Long term guest stars included John Slattery as Dennis Martino and Sabrina Lloyd as Frankie Hector. The show was created by executive producers Jon Beckerman and Rob Burnett. David Letterman is also credited as one of the show's executive producers.

Ed received casting, writing, and directing Primetime Emmy Award nominations in 2001. Tom Cavanagh received a Golden Globe Award nomination and a TV Guide Award for his work on the program.


Ed, ed or ED may refer to:

Ed (film)

Ed is a 1996 American sports comedy film about a talented baseball pitcher and his friendly ball-playing chimpanzee as his team's mascot.

Ed (supermarket)

Ed (pronounced E-D, abbreviation of "Europa Discount") was a French brand of discount stores founded in 1978. It franchises its name to small-format hard discounts stores in France. It was part of the Carrefour Group.

Usage examples of "ed".

Wall, P D, and Safran, J Artefactual intelligence, in The Limits to Science, ed.

Then I had an erotic dream about Ed, which upset me, followEd by a nightmare about Citronella Pratt.

At first Rendle did not recognize the lumpen shape that entered, even when Eder lit another candle.

Farmers threatened them when they rode over their fields, and Eder would disdainfully throw each of them a handful of coins.

Ever since reaching the border of Haxus, Rendle had been waiting for word from Eder, but none ever came.

For wider studies of social violence and vigi-lantism in the United States beyond the South, see the essays in Hugh Davis Graham and Ted Gurr, eds.

I had a few extra million like Dead Ed, I might have been temptEd to buy this little ranchette, too.

Seems I conveniently forgot that I was actually present and witnessed my vamping, got winked at by the vamping party, and evenbonsoir ed.

But Eirik went to Wessex yestereve to see King Edred and has not returned yet.

Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English or, Medicine Simplified, 54th ed.

The Chill of Inspiration: Spontaneous Reminiscences by Seventeen Pioneers of DT-Cycle Lithiumized Annular Fusion, ed.

The progress of the monks, which was become considerable, was somewhat retarded by the death of Edred, their partisan, who expired after a reign of nine years.

Couples like the Ed- montons, well-connectEd but not wealthy, knew how things were done: when the visit endEd, if he made no offer, they would shrug and move on to the next likely candidate.

Since you, Desmond, have already got the phytosaur skin, I hereby give the carcass of the carnosaur to Sir Edred, to do with as he likes.

EDTA prevents blood samples from coagulating in the test tubes, so the serology and DNA tests can be performed.