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Cycle or cyclic may refer to:
- Cycle (algebraic topology), a simplicial chain with 0 boundary
- Cycle (graph theory), a nontrivial path in a graph from a node to itself
- Cycle (mathematics), a basic permutation (all permutations are products of cycles)
- Turn (geometry) or cycle, a unit of plane angle equal to 360 degrees
- Cycle (music), a section of a piece that is repeated or repeatable
- Cycle (album), a 2003 album by Merzbow
- Cycles (Cartel album) (2009)
- Cycles (David Darling album) (1981)
- Cycles (The Doobie Brothers album) (1989)
- Cycles (Frank Sinatra album) (1968)
- Cycles (Redbone album)
- Cyclic form, a technique of construction involving multiple sections or movements
- Interval cycle, a collection of pitch classes generated from a sequence the same interval class
- Cycle (baseball), a single, double, triple, and home run (in any order) by the same player in one game
- Cycle (film), a 2008 Malayalam film
- Cycle (gene)
- Cycle (magazine), an American motorcycling enthusiast magazine
- Charge cycle, charging and discharging a rechargeable battery
- Instruction cycle, the time period during which a computer processes a machine language instruction
- Reference cycle, where a software object refers directly or indirectly to itself
- Social cycle, various cycles in social sciences
- Cyclic compound
- Cyclic flower, in botany, one way in which flower parts may be arranged
- Cycles, a render engine for Blender
- Cyclic, a primary flight control for helicopters
- The Cycle (disambiguation)
- Cyclic (mathematics), a list of mathematics articles with "cyclic" in the title
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- Frequency (disambiguation)
- Periodicity (disambiguation)
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