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Shape is the characteristic surface configuration of a thing; an outline or contour.
Shape may also refer to:
- SHAPE Services, a German software vendor
- Shape (comics), a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe
- Shape (magazine), a fitness magazine
- The Shape (book), a 2000 poetry collection by Dejan Stojanović
- "Shapes" (The X-Files), an episode of the TV series The X-Files
- Michael Myers (Halloween) or The Shape, a fictional character from the Halloween film franchise
- The Shape San Francisco, California
- The Shapes (UK band), a 1970s punk rock band
- The Shapes, a UK experimental pop band fronted by Micachu
- The Shapes, a 2000s American band that wrote and performed the theme song for the TV series Dallas SWAT
- Shape (album), a 1996 album by Frente!
- Shapes (album), a 1997 album by Polvo
- Shapes, a 1994 album by Greg Howard
- "Shape" (song), a song by Sugababes
- "Shapes", a song by The Long Winters from When I Pretend to Fall
- "The Shape", a song by Slipknot from Iowa
- Shape (Go), a description of positional qualities of a group of stones in the game of Go
- SHAPE (molecular biology), a chemical-based RNA structure determination experiment
- Shape Arts or simply Shape, a charity funded by Arts Council England
- Arnott's Shapes, a line of snack foods
- Blancmange or shape, a sweet dessert
- Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), the central command of NATO military forces, Casteau, Belgium
- Selective 2'-hydroxyl acylation analyzed by primer extension, an RNA structure determination experiment
- Shapefile, a geospatial vector data format for geographic information systems software
- Shape extension, in the X Window System
- Shape:UK or Shapeshifters, a 2000s-2010s house music production duo
- The Shapes Project, an art project by Allan McCollum
- All pages beginning with "Shape"
- All pages with titles containing "Shape"
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