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Stack may refer to:
- A pile or mound of something
- Stack (mathematics), a generalization of schemes in algebraic geometry and of sheaves, including algebraic stacks, Artin stacks, and Deligne–Mumford stacks.
- Stack (abstract data type), abstract data type and data structure based on the principle of Last In First Out (LIFO)
- Call stack, stack data structure that stores information about the active subroutines of a computer program
- Stacks (software), a folder view on the Dock of Mac OS X
- Stack-based memory allocation
- Protocol stack, a particular software implementation of a computer networking protocol suite
- Solution stack, a group of software systems, increasing in abstraction from bottom to top
- Stack (C++), a C++ standard container, simulating a stack
- Stack (surname)
- Brian 'Stack' Stevens, a Cornish rugby player
- Stacks (rapper), the stage name of the rapper Yannique Barker born 1985
- Flue gas stacks, the industrial terminology for an industrial plant chimney
- Guitar amplifier stack, as used in guitar terminology
- Smoke stack, a chimney
- Funnel (ship), the smokestack or chimney on a ship
- Stack interchange, a free-flowing grade separated junction between two roads
- The Stack, the interchange of I-10 and I-17 in Phoenix, Arizona
- Stacking (chemistry), also called pi stacking, refers to attractive, noncovalent interactions between aromatic rings
- Stack (often stacks), compactly spaced bookshelves in a library used to house large collections of books.
- Stack (geology), a large vertical column of rock in the sea
- Stack magazine, a bimonthly publication about high school sports
- All pages beginning with "Stack"
- All pages with titles containing "Stack"
- Haystack (disambiguation)
- Stacker (disambiguation)
- Stacking (disambiguation)
- Stak (disambiguation)
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