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Chime or chimes may refer to:
Musical instrument or tone
- Chime (bell instrument), an array of large bells, typically housed in a tower and played from a keyboard
- An instrument of this kind with 23 bells or more is known as a carillon
- Tubular bell, or chimes, a percussion instrument struck with hammers
- Wind chime or Aeolian chime, suspended bells sounded when blown together by the wind
- Bar chimes also known as a Mark tree, a series of many small chimes of decreasing length, arranged horizontally
- Chime bars, individual instruments similar to glockenspiel bars but with resonators
- Warning chime, a sound used in machinery or computers to alert users of a dangerous condition
- Macintosh startup chime, the sound a Macintosh computer makes on startup
- The Chimes, an 1844 short novel by Charles Dickens
- "Chime" (song), a 1989 single release by Orbital
- Chime (album), a 1986 album by Yuki Saito
- Chime (video game), released in 2010
- Chime (novel), a 2011 young adult novel by Franny Billingsley
- The Georgetown Chimes, Georgetown University's oldest all-male a cappella group
- Chimes, a magical force that paradoxically destroys magic in the novel Soul of the Fire by Terry Goodkind
- Chime, the rim of a barrel, one at each end
- MDL Chime, a plugin used by web browsers to display the 3D structure of molecules
- Zunich–Kaye syndrome, also known as CHIME syndrome, a rare combination of congenital birth defects
- College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, the professional organization for chief information officers and other senior healthcare IT leaders
- Centre for Health Informatics and Multidisciplinary Education, part of University College London
- The Chimes (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Chime"
- All pages with titles containing "Chime"
- Chimera (disambiguation)
- Chyme, human body digestive fluid
- Chime Communications (disambiguation)
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