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Demeter is usually the Greek grain goddess. It may also refer to:
- Demeter, name formerly used for Lysithea (moon), satellite of Jupiter, from 1955 to 1975
- 1108 Demeter, asteroid
- Christine Demeter (died 1973), murder victim
- Peter Demeter, Christine Demeter's husband, convicted in her death
- George Demeter, author of Demeter's Manual of Parliamentary Law and Procedure
- Demeter (cat), character from the musical Cats by Andrew Lloyd Webber
- Demeter (satellite) French micro-satellite launched 2004 with a 2-year planned lifetime, for developing earthquake prediction
- Demeter Fragrance Library, fragrance company
- Demeter International, certification organization for biodynamic farming
- Demeter, brand of electric guitar and bass guitar amplifier
- Demeter, terrain bot in Windows game Activeworlds
- Law of Demeter, software development design guideline ("Only talk to your immediate friends").
- USS Demeter (ARB-10), USS battle damage repair ship
- Demeter, the fictional Russian ship which brought Count Dracula to England in Bram Stoker's novel Dracula.
- Demeter, a freighter vessel in Egosoft's 4X video game series, including X²: The Threat and X³: Terran Conflict
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