A selection

A selection

[′ā si‚lek·shən]
(ecology)
Selection that favors species adapted to consistently adverse environments.
References in classic literature ?
I have written the present volume because I have found no other that, to my mind, combines satisfactory accomplishment of these ends with a selection of authors sufficiently limited for clearness and with adequate accuracy and fulness of details, biographical and other.
That lady seemed at a loss to make a selection, but finally settled upon a stick of nougat, wondering if it were not too rich; whether it could possibly hurt her.
The wild-dog had come out of a selection equally rigid; but it was a different sort of selection.
After you have chosen a selection of frames to try, you are able to narrow down your choice further using D&A's unique Image Capture software - available in every branch.
At D&A, expertly trained optical advisers will take into consideration your prescription, lifestyle, face shape and colouring, helping you to narrow down a selection of frames.
A selection committee of 24 people representing a cross section of librarians, college professors, literacy advocates and library volunteers makes the One Book choice.
To support its own internal business requirements and to satisfy external legislative requirements, the BBC's Information and Archives Department is building a Legal and Historical Internet Archive System to capture a selection of content as it is published to the "live" site.