Check may refer to
- A crack: an imperfection in wood that can appear during the wood drying process; an imperfection in glass that can appear during glass production
- Cheque ("Check" in U.S. English), an order for transfer of money
- Check box, a type of widget in computing
- Check (pattern), (or "Chequered") a pattern of squares used on chess-boards, fabrics, etc.
- Check (unit testing framework), a unit testing framework for C programs
- CHECK Scheme, a penetration testing certification run by CESG
- Checking (ice hockey), the act of physically keeping an opponent restrained
- Rain check, an idiom from baseball meaning a deferral
- Tartan, a checked pattern in fabric and weaving
- Tick (check mark), a mark used for verification or notation
Other articles related to "check":
... This type of check sheet consists of the following One or more columns listing each suspected cause (for example machine, material, method, environment ... placed into these categories must be agreed to and spelled out in advance of constructing the check sheet ... is ready to be assessed, the assessor fills out the check sheet's heading ...
... Check sheets are not limited to those described above ... should employ their imaginations to design check sheets tailored to the circumstances ...
... On April 28, 1936, the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia mailed a check for $24.20, drawn on the Treasurer of the United States, to Clair Barner ... The check was Barner's paycheck from the Works Progress Administration (WPA) ... Barner never received the check, which was stolen by an unknown party ...
... Euros for colluding to charge unjustified fees on check processing, especially for extra fees charged during the transition from paper check transfer to "Exchanges ...
... Tokimeki Check-in! (ときめきCheck in!?) is an eroge dating sim developed by Crowd ...
Famous quotes containing the word check:
“The veto is a Presidents Constitutional right, given to him by the drafters of the Constitution because they wanted it as a check against irresponsible Congressional action. The veto forces Congress to take another look at legislation that has been passed. I think this is a responsible tool for a president of the United States, and I have sought to use it responsibly.”
—Gerald R. Ford (b. 1913)
“The formation of an oppositional world view is necessary for feminist struggle. This means that the world we have most intimately known, the world in which we feel safe ... must be radically changed. Perhaps it is the knowledge that everyone must change, not just those we label enemies or oppressors, that has so far served to check our revolutionary impulses.”
—Bell (c. 1955)
“Is there no hope for me? Is there no way
That I may sight and check that speeding bark
Which out of sight and sound is passing, passing?”
—Paul Laurence Dunbar (18721906)