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SPM may refer to:
Carlos Coy, better known by his stage name South Park Mexican, is a Spanish rapper, founder of Dope House Records, and convicted a felony that caused him his 45 year sentence. His stage name is derived from the South Park neighborhood in Houston, TX where he was raised.
- Saint Pierre and Miquelon (ISO 3166-1 code), a self-governing territorial overseas collectivity of France
- Salón de la Plástica Mexicana, art museum in Mexico City
- San Pedro de Macorís, a municipality and the capital city of the San Pedro de Macorís province, Dominican Republic
- Summit Place Mall, a shopping mall in Waterford Township, Michigan
- Socialist Party of Macedonia, political party in the Republic of Macedonia
- Somali Patriotic Movement, a political party and paramilitary organization in Somalia
- Scanning probe microscopy, a group of microscopes working by scanning a physical probe across the sample.
- Sphingomyelin, a type of sphingolipid found in animal cell membranes.
- died s.p.m. — abbreviation used in genealogy: d.s.p.m.[s.] which are the initials of the Latin phrase decessit sine prole mascula [superstite] — died without surviving male issue
- Sales performance management, summary of critical sales data for business managers
- Single Point Mooring, a mooring arrangement for tankers to offload gas or liquid products
- Sociedade Portuguesa de Matemática, the Portuguese Mathematical Society
- South Park Mexican, aka SPM, American rapper
- Super Paper Mario, the third game in the Paper Mario series
- Summary for policymakers, a summary of the IPCC reports intended to aid policymakers
- Saint Petersburg Metro, a rapid transit system
- Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia, a national secondary school exam in Malaysia
- June S&P Futures
- Seat Power Module, in dealing with the aviation industry
- Statistical Parametric Mapping (Wikibooks) - a free software for processing neuroimaging data via MatLab
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