Seal commonly refers to:
- Pinniped, a diverse group of semi-aquatic marine mammals many of which are commonly called seals
- Seal (emblem), an emblem used as a means of authentication; both an impression in paper, wax, clay or other medium, and the device used
- Seal (mechanical), a device which helps prevent leakage, contain pressure, or exclude contamination where two systems join
Seal may also refer to:
Other articles related to "seal":
... In PAL regions, the seal is a circular starburst titled, "Original Nintendo Seal of Quality" ... Text near the seal in the Australian Wii manual states This seal is your assurance that Nintendo has reviewed this product and that it has met our standards for excellence in ... Always look for this seal when buying games and accessories to ensure complete compatibility with your Nintendo product ...
... "Wishing on a Star" Single by Seal from the album Soul 2 Released november 8th 2012 Format Digital single Genre R B, Soul Length 413 Label Reprise, Warner Bros ... Writer(s) Billie Rae Calvin Producer Trevor Horn Seal singles chronology "Let's Stay Together" (2011) "Wishing on a Star" (2011) In 2011, "Wishing on a Star" was covered by Nigerian-British soul singer Seal ... Seal's version of the song was premiered on Ken Bruce's BBC Radio 2 show on October 13, 2011 ...
... Seal of the prophets, a title given to the Islamic prophet, Muhammad Seal script, ancient Chinese calligraphy Security seal, a device used to show whether a locking device has been ...
... The striker sits forward against the seal pin, causing the cup seal to open enough to leak air from the valve, which escapes out the barrel ... back the striker and remove the pressure from the seal pin ...
... The Fairey Seal was a British carrier-borne spotter-reconnaissance aircraft, operated in the 1930s ... The Seal was derived - like the Gordon - from the IIIF ... To enable the Fairey Seal to be launched by catapult from warships, it was able to be equipped with floats ...
Famous quotes containing the word seal:
“We have progressively improved into a less spiritual species of tendernessbut the seal is not yet fixed though the wax is preparing for the impression.”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)
“You sir, will bring down that renowned chair in which you sit into infamy if your seal is set to this instrument of perfidy; and the name of this nation, hitherto the sweet omen of religion and liberty, will stink to the world.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“To believe in something not yet proved and to underwrite it with our lives: it is the only way we can leave the future open. Man, surrounded by facts, permitting himself no surmise, no intuitive flash, no great hypothesis, no risk, is in a locked cell. Ignorance cannot seal the mind and imagination more surely.”
—Lillian Smith (18971966)