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A ladder is a runged climbing aid.
Ladder may also refer to:
- Ladder or league table, a chart or table which compares sports teams, institutions, nations or companies by ranking them in order of ability or achievement
- Ladder (computer game), a clone of Donkey Kong, written for the CP/M operating system
- Ladder frame, a vehicle frame type
- Ladder (Go), a tactic in the game of Go
- Laddering, an investment technique
- Ladder logic, a philosophy of drawing electrical logic schematics
- Ladder tournament, a type of game or sports tournament
- Resistor ladder, an analogue circuit
- The Ladder (magazine), a US publication for lesbians
- TheLadders.com, a careers website
- A vertical split in the fabric of a pair of tights (UK terminology; "a run in pantyhose" is the US equivalent)
- Wittgenstein's Ladder, also called Lie-to-children
- Jacob's Ladder, a "ladder to heaven" described by biblical Jacob in the Book of Genesis
- Jacob's Ladder, a 1990 thriller/horror film directed by Adrian Lyne starring Tim Robbins
- Ladders, a 2004 documentary narrated by Harry Belafonte about artist Yankel Ginzburg
- "The Ladder", a song by Prince on his 1985 album Around the World in a Day
- The Ladder, a 1999 album by progressive rock group Yes
- The Ladder (band), a British band
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