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Lace is a lightweight fabric patterned with open holes.
Lace may refer to:
- Shoelace, a thin cord fitted to shoes to keep the shoes in place
- Lacing, the act of connecting a set of points in a criss cross pattern of lines. Common usage: the lacing of shoe strings.
Media and arts
- Lace (TV series), a 1984 TV mini-series, based on a novel of the same name by Shirley Conran
- Miss Lace, the protagonist of Male Call
- Lace (band), a Canadian country music trio
- Lace (album), the Canadian country music trio's self-titled debut album
- The Lace, a 1986 album by Benjamin Orr
- Laced (album), a 1999 album by rap-metal group Reveille
- Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), an art gallery founded in Los Angeles, California in 1978
- Lacing (drugs), where one substance has been secretly mixed or added to another
- LACE (Liquid air cycle engine), a type of spacecraft propulsion engine
- LACE (Luton Analogue Computing Engine), a computer developed by English Electric for military purposes.
- Cable lacing, a method in electronics for tying wiring harnesses and cable looms
- Interlace (disambiguation)
- Lacing, a process in wheelbuilding, in which spokes are connected between the hub and the rim
- Lacing, the pattern left by the foam on the inside of a glass of beer as it is drunk and the head moves down
- Simply laced group
- Simply laced Dynkin diagram
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