Telic

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Telic, a purposeful or defined action, may refer to:

  • Grammatically, indicating telicity
  • A central argument of Teleology says that the world has clearly been constructed in a purposeful telic rather than a chaotic manner, and must therefore have been made by a rational being, i.e. God
  • "Operation Telic", the codename for the British military participation in the 2003 Iraq War

Telic is a comfort recovery footwear manufacturer based in Boise, Idaho. Founded in 2011, the company makes all of its footwear in the United States and distributes to over 30 countries. The product is worn by devoted athletes seeking to recover after training and competition; and by healthy lifestyle consumers to rejuvenate from their daily activities. Telic Novalon™ technology is engineered to offer supreme shock absorption and support for unparalleled comfort with maximum recovery benefits. Telic is allergen free, latex free, toxin free and sweatshop-free.