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TSETokyo Stock Exchange
TSEToronto Stock Exchange (TSX since April, 2002)
TSETribunal Superior Eleitoral (Brazil)
TSETechnical Support Engineer
TSETest of Spoken English (Educational Testing Service)
TSETribunal Supremo Electoral (Supreme Electoral Tribunal, Guatemala)
TSETransactions on Software Engineering (IEEE publication)
TSETechnical Support Executive (various locations)
TSETransmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy
TSETechnical Service Engineer (various companies)
TSETaiwan Stock Exchange
TSETarjeta Sanitaria Europea (Spanish: European Health Insurance Card)
TSEThe Second Encounter (video game)
TSEThe Special Event (various locations)
TSETerminal Server Edition (Microsoft NT Server)
TSEThomas Stearns Eliot (poet, critic, editor; 1888-1965)
TSETree Search Engine
TSETerminal Server Edition
TSETerminal Services Edition
TSETesticular Self-Examination (for cancer)
TSETraditional Search Engine (computing)
TSETurbo Spin Echo (MRI)
TSEToulouse School of Economics (France)
TSETotal Solar Eclipse
TSETruck Stop Electrification
TSEThe Satellite Encyclopedia (Tag's Broadcasting Services)
TSETactical Site Exploitation
TSETravailleurs Sans Emploi (French: Unemployed Workers; Belgium)
TSETwin-Screw Extruder (high-intensity mixer)
TSETraffic Safety Education
TSETreated Sewage Effluent
TSETotal System Error
TSETravel Search Engine
TSETechnology, Society, Environment Studies (Carleton University; Canada)
TSETwo Stroke Engine
TSETurk Standartlari Enstitusu (Turkish: Turkish Standards Institute; est. 1960)
TSETrans-Siberian Express
TSETactical Security Element
TSETaxe Spéciale d'Equipement (French: Special Equipment Tax)
TSETransportation Support Equipment (US NASA)
TSEThayer School of Engineering (Dartmouth College)
TSETri-State Employment Services, Inc. (New York)
TSETime Stamp Event (software)
TSEThe Sofia Echo (Bulgaria English Language Newspaper)
TSETransition Special Education
TSEThe Silent Elite (gaming)
TSETerminal Server Emulation
TSETissue-Specific Extinguisher
TSETechnical Services for Electronics, Inc. (cable assembly manufacturer in Minnesota, USA)
TSETest Systems Engineering
TSETwo-Step Estimator
TSETension Stringing Equipment
TSETechnical Surveillance Equipment
TSETopology State Element
TSETritium Science and Engineering
TSETemperature Sensing Element (climate control)
TSETerminal Switching Exchange
TSETest Sequence Error
TSEThreaded Small End
TSETransport Support Enabled
TSETAACOM Support Element
TSETentative Symbol Estimation
TSETechnical Support Enhanced
TSETactical Support Element/Equipment
TSETelephone Support Engineer
TSETOC Support Element
TSETexas Southeastern Railroad Company
TSEThoughtstorm Entertainment
TSETRADOC Support Element
TSETom Savage Explosion (band)
TSETypical Software Engineer
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"Here", of course, is the austere, ungiving waste land Thomas Stearns Eliot defines, describes, and inhabits in the intricate, searing landmark poem written in Switzerland in 1921.
Amy Hernandez vocera del Theatre Under the Stars nos conto que la historia de Cats , el musical, esta basada en Old Possum s Book of Practical Cats, escrito en 1939 por el poeta estadounidense y ganador del Premio Nobel en Literatura, en 1948, Thomas Stearns Eliot (1888-1965), conocido en el mundo literario como T.S.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light." But what the Globe writer had in his head was Thomas Stearns Eliot's "Hollow Men," and its droning close: "This is the way the world ends / This is the way the world ends / This is the way the world ends / Not with a bang but a whimper."
Thomas Stearns Eliot, el critico mas importante de habla inglesa, segun Edmund Wilson, el dictador del gusto literario que por mas de 30 anos impuso su canon en universidades y revistas y establecio el dogma de la New Criticism (un poema debe ser leido en si mismo y por si mismo, no a la luz de la biografia, la historia ni la psicologia), creyo ser un clasicista pero es un romantico: subjetivo, angustiado, mistico, lirico.
Thomas Stearns Eliot was American-born, although his poetry career and his personal sympathies were English.