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What does TER stand for?

TER stands for The Erotic Review (adult-oriented website)

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Indeed, I have always felt that Thatcher helped liberate children from the tyranny of 'drink it all up'" - Rowan Pelling, former co-editor of The Erotic Review, defends the former prime minister against the deription of her as "Thatcher the milk snatcher" when she was education secretar y.
99 WHILE working in Berlin, the former assistant editor of the Erotic Review, Susanna Forrest, discovers a trail of horseshoes spray-painted on the pavements, which reawakens her childhood pony fantasies and spurs her to return to riding.
Rowan Pelling worked at Private Eye and had stints at GQ and the Erotic Print Society before founding The Erotic Review in 1997, which she continues to edit.
The Erotic Review also compiled a list of sex goddesses, including Helen Mirren, Nigella Lawson, Sophie Dahl, Dolly Parton and Michael Howard's model wife Sandra.
I think it is safe to say that a Prime Minister's consort has never before been sighted grooving to techno" - Rowan Pelling, co-founder of the Erotic Review, on Samantha Cameron's appearance at a rave in Ibiza.