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Framing may refer to:
- Framing (crime), providing false evidence or false testimony in order to prove someone guilty of a crime falsely
- Framing (construction), the most common carpentry work
- Timber framing, the standard type of building framing until the mid-19th century.
- Framing (social sciences) or Framing effect (psychology), terminology used in communication theory, sociology, and other disciplines where it relates to the construction and presentation of a fact or issue "framed" from a particular perspective
- Framing (visual arts), a technique used to bring the focus to the subject
- Framing (World Wide Web), where it relates to the use of multiple panes within a web page
- Framing device, a narrative tool in which the setting of a story or another element is repeated at the beginning and end of a story
- Frame synchronization in telecommunications
- Frame of reference, a coordinate system used to represent and measure position and orientation of objects at a particular time
- Inertial frame of reference (also Galilean reference frame or inertial space), a frame of reference that describes time and space homogeneously, isotropically, and in a time-independent manner
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