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Sha (Ш, ш) is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet.
Sha or SHA may also refer to:
- Saskatchewan Hockey Association, an ice hockey governing body in Saskatchewan, Canada
- Sha (animal), the totemic animal of the Egyptian god Set
- Sha (comics), a French comic by Pat Mills
- Society for Historical Archaeology, a professional organization
- Scriptores Historiae Augustae, six different authors of the Augustan History
- SHA, code used on German vehicle registration plates in Schwäbisch Hall (district) and Schwäbisch Hall
- Sagamihara Housing Area, an Army installation in Japan
- Sha County, county in Fujian, China
- Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (IATA airport code SHA)
- Maryland State Highway Administration (or simply SHA), the state agency responsible for maintaining Maryland numbered highways outside of Baltimore City
- NHS strategic health authority, part of the National Health Service in England
- Secondary Heads Association, now the Association of School and College Leaders
People & Names
- Sha (singer) (born 1979), German female singer
- Sha (surname), a Chinese family name in Hundred Family Surnames
- Sha Wujing, one of the three helpers of Xuánzàng in the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West
- Sha Zukang (born 1947), Chinese diplomat
- Zhi Gang Sha, Chinese writer and physician
Science & Technology
- Sample-and-hold amplifier, an electronic circuit composed of a sample and hold circuit and an amplifier and used e.g. in pipeline ADCs
- Secure Hash Algorithm, a series of cryptographic hash functions
- Shorthand abstraction, a mechanism for improved cognitive performance in What Is Intelligence?
- SHA, is the Sidereal Hour Angle in astronomy and celestial navigation
- Sha Sha, the debut album of Ben Kweller's solo career and a song from the album
- Shah (disambiguation)
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