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A prom (in the United States) is a formal social event – usually a dance – generally held near the end of the last two years of high school.
Prom or The Prom may also refer to:
- Prom (in the UK and Australia), an informal classical concert by a major orchestra, including:
- Prom (album), an album by Amy Ray
- The Prom (band), an American indie-rock band
- "Prom", a song by Mindless Self Indulgence on their album You'll Rebel To Anything
Film, television, and literature
- Prom (film), a 2011 teen comedy from Walt Disney Pictures
- Prom (novel), a 2005 novel by Laurie Halse Anderson
- "The Prom" (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), a season 3 episode of the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- The Prom (film), a 1992 short film written and directed by Steven Shainberg
- PROM-1 land mine
- Patient-reported outcome measures, measures of healthcare quality based on patient responses
- Phosphate rich organic manure
- Premature rupture of membranes, in obstetrics
- Programmable read-only memory
- Passive range of motion, a category of therapeutic exercises related to joint range of motion
- Wilsons Promontory National Park, Australia
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