Tuxedo

A tuxedo (American English, also colloquially known as `tux”) or dinner suit or dinner jacket (British English - `dinner jacket` - describing both jacket and trousers is held to be more `correct` - `dinner suit` is regarded as a solecism) is a formal evening suit distinguished primarily by satin or grosgrain facings on the jacket`s lape...
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Tuxedo

• (n.) A kind of black coat for evening dress made without skirts; -- so named after a fashionable country club at Tuxedo Park, New York.
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tuxedo

(from the article `dress`) ...to wear a black frock coat with gray striped trousers for formal day wear and a black tailcoat and trousers with a white waistcoat for evening ...
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Tuxedo

(In topic `Middleware & EAI`)  see BEA Tuxedo
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Tuxedo

(In topic `Web Development`) see BEA Tuxedo
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Tuxedo

[Metro-North station] ==Station layout== ==Station building== Tuxedo is the only stop along the line that retains the old station at the current station site. It was built in 1885 as one of the original Tuxedo Park buildings, and was listed as Tuxedo Park Railroad Station on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. The town of Tuxe...
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Tuxedo

[vaudeville] Tuxedo is a vaudeville with minstrelsy in which the song `Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay` was interpolated. Actor and songwriter Edward Marble wrote and produced Tuxedo for George Thatcher and his minstrel troupe known as Thatcher`s Minstrels. It played a tryout in Boston, Massachusetts beginning on August 24, 1891. The song `Ta-ra-ra Boo...
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Tuxedo

A black & white cat.
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Tuxedo

A tuxedo is a tailless, usually dark-coloured, man's evening dress or dinner-jacket often with a silk collar. It is so named after a country club at Tuxedo Park, New York, USA where they were invented as a less formal attire for dinner than the traditional dinner-jacket.
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Tuxedo

dinner jacket
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tuxedo

formal evening dress for men
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tuxedo

formal evening dress for men
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Tuxedo

Place of beans
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