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Spell(s) or The Spell(s) may refer to:
- Spell (paranormal) or magical formula, a spoken or written pronouncement intended to bring about a specific effect
- Spelling, the writing of words
- Spell (band), a 1990s duo consisting of Boyd Rice and Rose McDowall
- The Spells, a 1990s American duo consisting of Carrie Brownstein and Mary Timony
- Spell (album), an album by Deon Estus, or the title song, 1989
- Spells (album), an album by The Comas, 2007
- The Spell (Alphabeat album), or the title song (see below), 2009
- The Spell (The Black Heart Procession album), or the title song, 2006
- The Spell (Ivan Doroschuk album), or the title song, 1997
- The Spell (Kirka album), 1987
- The Spell (painting), a painting by Francisco Goya.
- Spell (gaming), in role-playing games or game systems, a set of rules used to portray magic
- Spell (Unix), a spell checker program for Unix
- The Spell (1977 film), a TV movie starring Lee Grant
- The Spell (2009 film), a film starring Amber Hodgkiss
- SpellPress, an imprint of the German group VDM Publishing devoted to the reproduction of Wikipedia content
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