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Credence can refer to:
- credence in probability theory, a subjective estimate of probability, as in Bayesian probability
- credence good in economics, a good whose value is hard for a consumer to ascertain
- letter of credence, a letter sent by one head of state to another formally accrediting a named individual, usually but not always a diplomat
- credence table, a small side-table used in the Christian ceremony of the Eucharist
- "Credence", a song by Opeth from their third album My Arms, Your Hearse
- Credence Systems Corporation, a manufacturer of automatic test equipment (ATE) for analog, digital, memory, mixed-signal and wireless semiconductor devices
- Creedence Clearwater Revival, a rock band led by John Fogerty
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