Ginger (disambiguation)

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Ginger is a delicacy, medicine, or cooking spice made from the stem of the plant Zingiber officinale. It may also refer to:

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In politics[edit]

  • Ginger Group, a faction of radical Canadian Progressive and Labour Members of Parliament who advocated socialism
  • Ginger Group (Queensland), a group of Liberal Party of Australia MLAs during the 1960s, 70s and 80s

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  • A term referring to people with red hair, sometimes used (especially in Britain) in a derogatory sense
  • A term in Scotland (largely western central) for carbonated soft drinks of any flavour
  • Hurricane Ginger, a 1971 Atlantic hurricane
  • Ginger (mummy), believed to be the earliest known ancient mummified body
  • Ginger Software, checks text for grammar, punctuation and spelling
  • A code name for the Segway PT used before its release on December 3, 2001