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Junto may refer to:
- Junto (1640s) (c. 1641) was a parliamentary faction which opposed Charles I before the English Civil War. John Pym was prominent member.
- Whig Junto (c. 1700), English political leaders' group, that began to dominate the ministry from 1693 and held onto power intermittently until 1717 when members of the group fell out.
- Junto (club) (c. 1730), a Philadelphia club started by Benjamin Franklin.
- Junto (band), (c. 2005), an Australian rock band that formed in Sydney, in 2002, best known as a strong live act.
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