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Shaw may refer to:
- Shaw, Berkshire, a village
- Shaw, Wiltshire, a village
- Shaw and Crompton, a town and civil parish in Greater Manchester
- United States
- Shaw, Kansas, an unincorporated community
- Shaw, Mississippi, a city
- Shaw Landing, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community
- Shaw, Washington, D.C., a neighborhood
- Shaw, St. Louis, Missouri, a neighborhood
- Mount Shaw, a summit in the Ossipee Mountains of New Hampshire
- Shaw Air Force Base, US Air Force base in South Carolina
- George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950), Irish playwright
- Shaw (name), people with "Shaw" given name or surname
- Clan Shaw of Tordarroch, a Scottish clan
- D. E. Shaw & Co. (est. 1988), an American hedge fund, private equity and technology development firm
- Shaw Academy, online training and higher education institution.
- Shaw Brothers Studio (est. 1930), largest film production company in Hong Kong
- Shaw College, a college of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
- Shaw College of Detroit, a former college in Detroit
- Shaw Communications (est. 1966), one of Canada's largest telecommunications companies
- ShawCor (est. 1930s), a global energy services firm based in Houston, Texas
- Shaw Festival (est. 1962), a major Canadian theatre festival
- The Shaw Group (est. 1987), a diversified American Fortune 500 corporation (now acquired by CB&I)
- Shaw Industries (est. 1946), an American flooring manufacturer
- Shaw's and Star Market, an American grocery group
- Shaw University (est. 1865), an American historically black college in Raleigh, North Carolina
- Shaw Park, a baseball stadium in Winnipeg, Canada
- Shaw (woodland), a strip of woodland, usually separating fields or lining a road
- All pages with titles containing "Shaw"
- Shaw High School (disambiguation)
- Shaw Junior High School, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington, D.C.
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