Record

A recording, record, records or the record may mean:

An item or collection of data:

  • Gramophone record (also called "phonograph record"), mechanical analog audio storage medium
  • Sound recording and reproduction
  • Record (computer science), a data structure
    • Storage record, a basic input/output structure
    • Record (database), a set of fields in a database related to one entity
    • Boot record, record used to start an operating system
  • Document for administrative use
    • Business record of economic transactions
    • Medical record of a person's medical history and treatments
    • Service record, usually associated with military service
    • Minutes, a summary of the proceedings at a meeting
    • Public records, information that has been filed or recorded by public agencies
    • Docket (court), the summary of proceedings in a court (US)
    • A transcript is a verbatim record of some proceedings, in particular a court transcript is a record of a law court case or similar procedure
    • Recording (real estate), the act of documenting real estate transactions
    • Criminal record, a list of a person's criminal convictions.
    • Anything which is recorded in writing or otherwise for future reference
  • World record, an unsurpassed accomplishment or statistic
  • Win–loss record (pitching), the number of wins and losses a baseball pitcher has accumulated
  • Archaeological record, the body of archaeological evidence

Entertainment:

  • The Records, an English power pop band
  • Records (album), a 1982 album by rock band Foreigner
  • The Record (album), a 1982 punk rock album by the band Fear
  • The Record (film), a South Korean film directed by Ki-Hun Kim

Software:

  • Record (software), a music recording program

Periodicals:

  • In the United States:
    • The Yale Record, the country's oldest college humor magazine, operated out of New Haven, Connecticut
    • The Record (Bergen County), a newspaper in Bergen County, New Jersey
    • The Record (Stockton), a newspaper in Stockton, California
    • The Record (Troy), a newspaper in Troy, New York
    • The Philadelphia Record, a newspaper in Philadelphia published 1877–1947
  • In Canada:
    • The Record (Waterloo Region), a newspaper in Waterloo Region, Ontario
    • The Record (Sherbrooke), a newspaper in Quebec
    • The Record (magazine), a former trade magazine of the Canadian music industry
  • Elsewhere:
    • Record (newspaper), a Portuguese sports newspaper
    • The Record Music Magazine, an Indian publication featuring music personalities
    • Récord, a Mexican sports newspaper
    • Record (magazine), the official church paper of the South Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists

Broadcasting:

  • Rede Record, a Brazilian TV network
  • Record News, the Rede Record's news channel 1

People:

  • Max Records, American child actor

Brand names:

  • Record (agricultural vehicles), a Greek vehicle manufacturer

Other articles related to "record, records":

Data Structure - Overview
... Record (also called tuple or struct) Records are among the simplest data structures ... A record is a value that contains other values, typically in fixed number and sequence and typically indexed by names ... The elements of records are usually called fields or members ...
Charlton Athletic F.C. - Records
... Goalkeeper Sam Bartram is Charlton's record appearance maker, having played a total of 623 times between 1934 and 1956 ... with 591 games between 1961 and 1979 Charlton's record goalscorer is Derek Hales, who scored 168 times in all competitions in 368 matches, during two spells, for the club ... This record was first set in September 2005 in a Premier League match against Chelsea and has since been equalled several times Role Name Highest League Finish Runners-up in 1936/37 (First Division) Most League ...
Wilco - History - Sky Blue Sky
... Wilco returned to their loft in Chicago to record a sixth studio album in 2006 ... the rest of the record comes off at times as dull, and forced." The allaboutjazz review also had mixed comments ... it's a more than worthy entry into Wilco's laudable catalogue." Reviewer Greg Locke praised the record as "one of the best albums of the year," calling it a "timeless record, full of ...
Vivian, South Dakota - World Record Hailstone
... Vivian holds the world record for largest measured hailstone ... This broke the previous record for largest hailstone held by Aurora, Nebraska since 2003 ...
Victoria, Texas - Geography - Climate
... The record high temperature of 111 degrees F ... The record low temperature was recorded in December 1989 when the temperature dropped to 9 degrees F ... Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Record high °C (°F) 31 (88) 36 (96) 37 (99) 38 (100) 39 (102) 42 (107) 43 (110) 43 (109) 44 (111) 43 (109) 34 (93) 31 (88) 44 (111 ...

Famous quotes containing the word record:

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    We are at war with the most dangerous enemy that has ever faced mankind in his long climb from the swamp to the stars, and it has been said if we lose that war, and in so doing lose this way of freedom of ours, history will record with the greatest astonishment that those who had the most to lose did the least to prevent its happening.
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