Meet may refer to:
- Meet (mathematics)
- A competitive event in track and field athletics
- All Comers Track Meet
- MEET – Middle East Education Through Technology
Other articles related to "meet":
... This meet is the world's largest one-day diving competition ... At the 2009 meet, which was hosted by Truro in Annandale, Virginia, 354 divers (218 girls and 136 boys) competed ... For many years, this meet was hosted by Overlee pool in Arlington, Virginia, and moved to Cardinal Hill in Vienna for 2007 and 2008 ...
... A "meet me room" (MMR) is a place within a colocation centre (or carrier hotel) where telecommunications companies can physically connect to one another and exchange data without incurring local loop ... Typically, a meet me room will discourage or disallow customers from installing large amounts of equipment ... equipment is often welcome in the meet me room, so that a customer can have a single connection between the meet me room and the rest of their equipment in the building ...
... a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index series, which measures the performance of companies that meet globally recognised corporate responsibility standards it has ... also works with its customers to help them meet their 'sustainable IT' objectives ... Computacenter says its cost-neutral service to Marks Spencer has also helped M S meet its WEEE requirements and its 'Plan A' environmental objectives ...
... There are numerous ways to meet potential dates, including blind dates, classified ads, dating websites, hobbies, holidays, office romance, social networking, speed dating, and others ... of relationship-seeking singles agreed that it was "difficult to meet people where they live." One writer suggested that meeting possible partners was easier in pedestrian-oriented cities such as Berlin or ... Work is a common place to meet potential spouses, although there are some indications that the Internet is overtaking the workplace as an introduction venue ...
Famous quotes containing the word meet:
“For my part, I confess I seldom listen to the players: one has so much to do, in looking about and finding out ones acquaintance, that, really, one has no time to mind the stage.... One merely comes to meet ones friends, and shew that ones alive.”
—Fanny Burney (17521840)
“When I meet a government which says to me, Your money or your life, why should I be in haste to give it my money?”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Jaques. Lets meet as little as we can.
Orlando. I do desire we may be better strangers.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)