Select

Select or SELECT may refer to:

  • Select (album), an album by Kim Wilde
  • Select (magazine), a British music magazine
  • Select (SQL), a keyword in SQL
  • select (Unix), a system call (in sys/select.h or unistd.h) for polling multiple file descriptors
  • , an HTML element
  • Cable select, a setting on ATA devices that allows position on the cable to determine the role of a drive
  • quick select, an algorithm to select the kth-smallest element of an array
  • Select Live, New Zealand's C4 music program
  • Shell Select, a chain of convenience stores owned by Royal Dutch Shell and located in most Shell stations
  • Select Citywalk, a shopping mall in Delhi, India
  • MTV Select, a television program
  • SELECT (Electrical Contractors' Association of Scotland)
  • SELECT Sport A/S, a Danish sports equipment manufacturer

Other articles related to "select":

South West Regional Select Committee
... The South West Regional Select Committee was one of nine regional select committee of the House of Commons in the Parliament of the United Kingdom ...
Select Committee On Intelligence
... Select Committee on Intelligence can refer to United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence ...
Select Registry - Guidebook
... Simpson's Country Inns and Back Roads is now updated in Select Registry's annual guidebook, whose 20th Edition was printed in 2008 ... Select Registry's members must submit applications in order to qualify for an unexpected visit by people from outside companies ... Select Registry's board members appraise each applicant before making a decision as to which lodgings are accepted as members ...
Select Sport
... SELECT Sport A/S is a Danish sports equipment manufacturer ... In the 1950s, Select manufactured and marketed the first 32-panel soccer ball ... Select was also the first manufacturer of footballs without exterior lacing ...

Famous quotes containing the word select:

    Why does he not know how to select servants? The ordinary procedure of the nineteenth century is that when a powerful and noble personage encounters a man of feeling, he kills, exiles, imprisons or so humiliates him that the other, like a fool, dies of grief.
    Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (1783–1842)

    We must select the Illusion which appeals to our temperament and embrace it with passion, if we want to be happy.
    Cyril Connolly (1903–1974)

    Cry cry what shall I cry?
    The first thing to do is to form the committees:
    The consultative councils, the standing committees, select committees and sub-committees.
    One secretary will do for several committees.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)