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Reform is beneficial change.
Reform(ing) or reformed may also refer to:
- Reformed tradition, the Protestant branch of Christianity also known as Calvinism
- Reform, Alabama, an American town
- Reform, Mississippi
- Reform (Anglican), an evangelical organisation within Anglicanism
- Reform Judaism, a denomination of Judaism
- Reform (magazine), Christian magazine published by the United Reformed Church, British denomination
- Reform (think tank), a British think tank
- Reform (album), a 2011 album by Jane Zhang
- Reform (music), a Swedish music group
- Non-reformist Reform, a labour movement aimed at transformation rather than reformation
- Reforming Movement, a French centrist political group created in 1972
- Wesleyan Reform Union, an independent group of Methodists in the United Kingdom
- Catalytic reforming, a chemical process in oil refining
- Steam reforming, catalytic oxidation to produce hydrogen from hydrocarbons
- The Reform or La Reforma, the period in mid 19th century Mexico when the modern nation state was born
- Islamic Reform or Tajdid, the revival of an Islamic society
- Reform Movement (Ireland), a Unionist organisation based in Ireland
- Post-Suharto era or period of Reform (Reformasi), the (current) era in Indonesia following the 1997 Asian financial crisis and the fall of Suharto, characterized by increased freedom and political participation
- Reform Act
- Reform Movement (disambiguation)
- Reform Party (disambiguation)
- The Reform Institute
- Reformation (disambiguation)
- Reformasi (disambiguation)
- Reformer (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Reform"
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