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A crowd is a large and definable group of people.
Crowd or The Crowd may also refer to:
- The Crowd (band), a 1985 British supergroup
- Crowd Lu (born 1985), Taiwanese indie singer and songwriter
- The Crowd (album), debut 2008 album by Nathan King
- "The Crowd", a song by The Cat Empire from the album The Cat Empire
- "The Crowd", a song by Roy Orbison
- Crwth, a Celtic musical instrument also called a crowd
- The Crowd (1928 film), American silent film directed by King Vidor
- The Crowd (1951 film), Italian film
- "The Crowd", a short story by Ray Bradbury included in his collection The October Country
- The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind, 1895 book by Gustave Le Bon
- Crowds, a proposed anonymity network for the internet
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