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Gutter may refer to:
- Rain gutter, a narrow trough or duct which collects rainwater from the roof of a building and diverts it away from the structure, typically into a drain.
- Street gutter, a depression which runs alongside a city street, usually at the curb and diverts rain and street-cleaning water away from the street and into a storm drain.
- Gutters, in bowling and table shuffleboard, the trough hazards on either side of the playing lane into which the bowling ball or shuffleboard puck may fall
Design and printing 
- Gutter, in editorial design, the blank space at which two pages come together in a two-page spread.
- Gutter, in typography, the blank space between facing pages. The space between columns of printed text, known as the alley, is sometimes also referred to as the gutter.
- Gutter, in comics, the space between the panels of a comic strip or comic book page.
- Gutter (philately), the space between panes of postage stamps that creates configurations of "gutter pairs" or "gutter blocks".
- Gutter, in interface design, the blank spaces that separate rows and columns in screen. Sometimes uses a small graphic file which has the background color to make space for layout.
- Gutter, in Grid (page layout), is the blank space between a column or row.
- "Gutter" (song) a song by Medina
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